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Mets Weekly was a show on SNY that shows facts and news about the New York Mets for the fans. A similar show called Kids Clubhouse is like it but for kids. The show began in 2006. The show ended after 2012 as for 2013 it was replaced by Mets Insider.

2006-2007 The Show begins and the Julie Donaldson EraEdit

SNY Show

Name

Mets Weekly

Host

Tiffany Simons

Seasons

7

Original Run

2006-2012

Format

Weekly News on the Mets

Running Time

30 min

Preceded by

None

Succeeded by

None

President

Jon Litner, Steve Raab

Website

Website

The Show began in 2006 which was the opening year of the Mets new home SNY. The first host of the show was Julie Donaldson. She was the host for 2 years and was expected to host in 2008 but was replaced.

2008Edit

In 2008 after Donaldson left the network hired Jocelyn Pierce to take over just for the year. The show premiered on February 29 for a preview. The actual show premiered on March 22 with the same time slot that lasted until 2011. Jocelyn was the shortest host in the shows history just by serving 1 year.

SegmentsEdit

  • Jocelyn's Top 3 Fun Facts-The first 3 were

1 Tomboy

2 Quirky-There was a speech bubble that said A guy walks into a bar...

3 TRIP!

  • Jocelyn's Top 3 Why I'm Excited To Host Mets Weekly

1 Fans

2 Players

3 GAMES!

  • Jocelyn's Top 3 Favorite Things About New York

1 People

2 Nuts

3 METS! There were words added by the network saying WE DIDN'T EVEN MAKE HER SAY THAT!

2009-2010 The Second JuliaEdit

This weekly magazine show provides fans with an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at the Mets players and organization. Hosted by Julie Alexandria, Mets Weekly will premiere every Saturday at 12:30 p.m. during the Mets season. Alexandria took over as the shows second Julia since Julia Donaldson in 2006 till 2007.

2011-2012 Tiffany Simons EraEdit

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Tiffany Simons the last host of the show

In 2011 new host Tiffany Simons took over as the 4th host of the show. The time slot changed to every Sunday at 6:00 p.m. during the Mets season. During the season they launched the shows first ever FaceBook page. To see it click below in the external links.

EpisodesEdit

For the complete article of episodes from 2011 check Mets Weekly Episodes 2011.

2012Edit

In 2012 Tiffany returned and the time slot on Sundays at 6:00 p.m. stayed as it was in 2011 during the Mets season. The show was replaced in 2013 with Mets Insider.

EpisodesEdit

For the complete article of episodes from 2012 check Mets Weekly Episodes 2012.

HostsEdit

ProductionEdit

The show takes places at what was then Shea Stadium, Citi Field (Dugout, Field, etc...) and at the SNY Studio's. When the show starts a player says his name and Your Watching Mets Weekly. This began in 2010. In 2009 the show began with that headline bar graphic but it shows a picture of Johan Santana and spins around.

In 2006-2007 the headline bar was just a line colors of blue, white and orange with a city graphic at the corner of the at the bottom of the screen connecting the bar. The names would be in black. Also the intro it shows the players last name in orange and making moves also the screen flashes is orange to move from one scene to another.

When the show returns from a break a graphic showing a batter swinging at a Mets logo returning to the show.

In 2008 the show had a blue headline bar which has the name in the blue side on the top and at the bottom on the gray side the details of the person.

In 2009 the headline bar has the logo on the left which moves and the name of the person on the show is White and if it is host there is nothing at the bottom unless the position of the Mets staff and players or news media people. The position headline is still used today from 2006.

In 2012 with the new studio changes the show takes place at the new SNY studio's. The headline bar shows the new sponsor W.B. Mason is on the top of the bar. With the bar it shows New York and Mets Weekly in white writing as it floats by underneath in the background in the corner where the bar appears on the screen. Also the logo has the sponsor W.B. Mason on the side of it.

SegmentsEdit

  • Trivia-Right before the show goes to break they ask you a Mets trivia question. Then when they come back they repeat the question and give you the answer. It is also called Mets History Trivia. 2009-2012
  • Mets History-After the break the shows a clip of Mets history and the date it occurred. 2009-2012
    • For the 2012 season a new graphic called The Vault for the clip segment.
  • Mets History Clip-When the show is over the show play a clip from the Mets past. 2011-2012
  • Moment of the Week-The show shows a clip that was the latest biggest moment in the Mets season during the week. It is presented by Cholula Hot Sauce. 2009-2012
  • 5 Questions-Fans send the show questions through the show's Facebook page and they request a particular person who the questions should be asked to. 2012
  • Tweet of the Week-This shows the Mets Tweet of the week from Twitter. 2012
  • Wired-This segment shows exclusive behind the scenes of the Mets. 2010/2012
  • Plays of the Month-At the end of the current month the show takes a look at the biggest Mets plays from bottom 10 to to Top 1. When the clip of the play airs it shows the broadcasts from TV, and Radio. 2009-2012
  • Top Plays of the Year-On the final episode the shows takes a look at the greatest moments during the Mets Season. 2011-2012

FormerEdit

  • Fan Cam-The show follows Mets fans with a hidden camera. 2006-2007
  • Booth Talk-The show talks to the Mets main anchors Gary Cohen, Keith Hernandez, Ron Darling about a topic. 2006-2007
  • Labor Love-The show takes a look at Mets fan who work selling Mets memorabilia and their love and passion for the game/team. 2006-2007
  • On Deck-The show takes a look at future Mets players prospects. 2006-2007
  • Take A Seat-The show site down with a Mets fan and tells about his life and how he/she became a Mets fan. Who is their favorite player? It was presented by FlatRate Moving. 2010

SponsorsEdit

  • State Farm (2006/2007)
  • FlatRate Moving (2010)
  • MetsBlog (2006-2012)
  • SNY (2006-2012)
  • Facebook (2011-2012)
  • Cutler (Tiffany Simons Hairstyle 2011-2012) 2009-2010 (Julie Alexandria's Hairstyle)
  • Cholula Hot Sauce (2011-2012)
  • W.B. Mason (2012)

External LinksEdit


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Gary Cohen|Ron Darling|Keith Hernandez|Nelson Figueroa|Bobby Valentine

SNY's News and Entertainment Team

Gary Apple|Joe Benigno|Kerith Burke|Chris Carlin|Meghan Culmo|Brian Custer|Jeane Coakley|Steve Covino & Rich Davis|Alexa Datt|Jim Duquette|Courtney Fallon|Eric Frede|Steve Gelbs|Kirk Gimenez|Frank Isola|Kris Jenkins|Roy S. Johnson|Joe Klecko|Sal Licata|Ray Lucas|Andy Martino|Eamon McAnaney|Don McPherson|Marc Malusis|Sean Mulcahy|Sweeny Murti|C.J. Papa|Larry Ridley|Jonas Schwartz|Doug Williams|Kara Wolters|Michelle Yu

Other

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Kevin Burkhardt|Lee Mazzilli|Harold Reynolds|Matt Yallof|Darryl Strawberry|Ralph Kiner|Bob Ojeda

Former SNY's News and Entertainment Team

Steve Berthiaume|Andrew Catalon|Kenny Choi|Chris Cotter|Scott Ferrall|John Franco|David Lee|Siafa Lewis|Meredith Marakovits|Roman Oben|Steve Overmyer|Adam Schein|Peter Schrager|Brandon Tierney|Lou Tilley

Former Other

Julie Alexandria|Alissa Ali|Ted Berg|Gabe Cohen|Amanda Cole|Julie Donaldson|Caitlin Fichtel|Neha Joy|Jon Litner|Duke McGuire|Kaitlin Monte|Alexi Panos|Jocelyn Pierce|Heather Prusak|Dan Schachner|Tiffany Simons|Brittany Umar|Ben Wagner|Amber Wilson|Jacob Resnick

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