VIDEO: HBO's Dolphins 'Hard Knocks' preview reminds of 'CSI: Miami'
HBO released the preview for this season of 'Hard Knocks' featuring the Miami Dolphins. And while it looks cool, it also kind of reminds us of 'CSI: Miami.'
|The 'Hard Knocks' preview has a Horatio Caine feel to it... (HBO.com)|
On August 7, the Dolphins will make their debut on HBO's "Hard Knocks" series. Whether or not you like the Dolphins -- or can even name someone on their roster -- is irrelevant.
"Hard Knocks," much like Showtime's "The Franchise," is must-watch television, even for non-football fans. (This is how Mrs. Brinson knows about "Revis Island" and why even she was stunned the Jets traded for Tim Tebow.)
HBO recently released their preview for the series and, though there's relatively little in terms of specifics available on the clip, it looks pretty awesome. But is it just me or does it also look like the intro to "CSI:Miami"? Watch for yourself:
Gratuitious shots of ladies? Check. Panoramic shots of South Beach? Check. Bruckheimer-esque shots of fast-moving weather? Double-check! Now all we need is Joe Philbin putting on his sunglasses and ripping off cheesy puns about dead people.
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