League Nation Live welcomes Chris Johns, Tony Currie and Belinda Sleeman and explores whether players should play despite their cultural and spiritual beliefs.
Tonight at 7.30pm on NITV (Ch 34 & Foxtel 144)
In the League Nation Live studio this week, former State of Origin players Chris Johns and Tony Currie join Mark Tookey and Javarn White to chat last week's NRL Telstra Premiership action and this week's previews. Belinda Sleeman joins the team to discuss being one of only two female referees in the NRL and journalist Pete Badel is back with LNL Confidential.
Also tonight, Kenny Edwards opens up about his confronting try celebrations and Mark Lowndes returns to the stage with his pop, reggae and soul fusion.
In new segment, Tweet of the Week, League Nation Live asks viewers for their comments on a topical issue being discussed in the NRL world. This week, following on from Will Hopoate's decision not to play or train on Sundays due to his Mormon faith, the show explores whether players should continue as usual despite their cultural and spiritual beliefs.
In this week's The Cube: Break the Chain Challenge, Indigenous female rugby league team, The Highlanders Natalie Gala and Courtney Robinson go head to head to secure a quick time and score on the leaderboard.
Hosted by Justin Hodges, Aaron Fa'Aoso, Hannah Hollis, Jodan Perry and Nathan Appo, League Nation Live brings viewers their weekly dose of NRL action with all the news from on and off the field.
Produced by Indigenous production company, Carbon Media, in front of a live Brisbane studio audience, the series brings 90 jam-packed minutes of entertainment and sports each Tuesday night. From community clubs to the State of Origin, all layers of the game will be covered by some of the country's biggest rugby league personalities, alongside entertainment guests and performances.
Viewers can keep up to date with all the news via League Nation Live website, and join in the conversation on Facebook and Twitter using #LeagueNationLive and #NITV.