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Watch the first episode of ‘The P.K. Project,’ an NBC Sports Digital series

In the first episode of NBC Sports' new series, The P.K. Project, P.K. Subban goes home to Ontario for the first time in four months to visit with his family, where he's just Uncle P.K.

THE P.K. PROJECT is a multi-episode NBC Sports Digital series chronicling the life of the three-time NHL All-Star and Nashville Predators defenseman P.K. Subban. New episodes drop every Wednesday on, the NBC Sports app and NBC Sports YouTube page.

From a guided tour of Subban’s current hometown of Nashville, to jamming with country music star Lee Brice, THE P.K. PROJECT takes viewers behind the scenes and inside the non-stop life of one of the NHL’s most popular and fashion-forward athletes.

In the premiere episode of the exclusive digital-only series, the serial entrepreneur and philanthropist journeys to Toronto as the Predators visit the Toronto Maple Leafs. Subban spends time with his parents and sisters, gets some home cooking at his parents’ house, and then the entire family gathers at the game.

In the coming episodes, THE P.K. PROJECT examines some of Nashville’s culinary hotspots and signature dishes, like biscuits, banana pudding, and Nashville hot chicken, features a music session with Brice, a two-time Grammy Song of the Year nominee, goes all-access with Subban as the Predators take on the reigning Stanley Cup champion Washington Capitals, and more.

In conjunction with Glassman Media and PeeK Productions, NBC Sports will produce a special one-hour late night talk show, “P.K. Subban’s All-Star Special,” hosted by the Predators defenseman that will air Friday, Jan. 25 on NBCSN at 11:30 p.m. ET, immediately following the conclusion of the 2019 NHL All-Star Skills. The special will feature several vignettes, as Subban interviews some of the brightest NHL stars and entertainers, amidst a backdrop of fans in the heart of downtown San Jose, Calif.


Sean Leahy is a writer for Pro Hockey Talk on NBC Sports. Drop him a line at or follow him on Twitter @Sean_Leahy.