PITTSBURGH -- Growing up, the Watt brothers of the NFL competed against each other in just about everything.
Now they're teaming up to host FOX's newest competition show, "Ultimate Tag," premiering Wednesday, May 20 at 9 p.m. on Pittsburgh's FOX 53.
Pittsburgh Steelers fans will be able to see T.J. and Derek Watt, now teammates in Pittsburgh, co-hosting alongside their older brother J.J., of the Houston Texans.
On a national media tour this week promoting the show, J.J. Watt joined Jordan Conigliaro in this FOX 53 INSIDER to explain how "Ultimate Tag" will be played on television, the games he and his brothers played growing up and the experience of co-hosting the show together.
A high-octane physical competition based on the classic playground game of chase co-hosted by NFL superstar sibling trio J.J., T.J. and Derek Watt.
Each week, competitors – who are everyday citizens and not professional athletes – vault, dodge, tumble and dive over various epic, three-dimensional moving courses, with one simple goal: “Don’t get caught.”
As competitors progress, they are challenged to take on even more extreme courses and earn points for their performance in each heart-pounding game.
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