League Nation Live brings viewers their weekly dose of NRL action with all the news from on and off the field - hosted by Justin Hodges, Aaron Fa'Aoso, Hannah Hollis, Jodan Perry and Nathan Appo.
Tuesday nights at 7.30pm on NITV (Ch 34 & Foxtel 144)
On tonight's show, NSW Blues coach Laurie Daley chats to Hannah Hollis about the upcoming State of Origin series.
"[Origin] means everything, it means you're playing for the state, you're playing for the people that wore the jersey before you. We're very passionate about New South Wales – we want to see New South Wales win."
Daley also speaks on potential team selections.
"[Andrew] Fifita's right up there, he's been there in the past… another one we've got our eye on is probably James Roberts – a couple of Koori boys that we might be able to sneak in there – Ryan James is another one."
Also on the show:
• New Zealand Kiwis head coach and Broncos assistant coach Steve Kearney talks season progress, and former NRL player turned heavyweight boxer Solomon Haumono chats about his quest for the World Title and his upcoming fight with Argentina's Manuel Pucheta.
• CKNU fuse hip-hop, funk, soul, jazz and reggae on the League Nation Live Stage and talk about their upcoming performance at Toronto's Canadian Music Week. They are the first Torres Strait Islander band to be invited to showcase at the event.
• There is a spotlight on The Broncos Holden Cup team with Corey Allan and David Fauid on the couch.
• Queensland Rugby League's Justin Barlow has all the news from Suncorp's Regional Origin Shield Tour.
• Highlanders Niccy Muller and Tash Taylor talk about creating opportunities for players in the Central Queensland area.
• Regulars Jharal Yow Yeh, Scott Sattler and George Rose reflect on last week's results and look ahead to this weekend's NRL Telstra Premiership clashes.
• In The Cube: Break the Chain Challenge, South Logan Magpies Luke Archer and Phil Dennis battle it out to secure a quick time and score on the leaderboard.
• This week's Tweet of the Week, asks "Should more NRL Players help out at local and junior footy teams in their spare time?"
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 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.