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ABC’s “Nightline” Visits ESPN’s “MNF’s” Production Before Tonight’s Eagles-Chiefs Super Bowl Rematch

Go behind the scenes as ABC News anchor Rhiannon Ally and crew interview ESPN's storytellers in Kansas City for a Nightline report airing shortly after the game

(L-R) Joe Buck, ABC News anchor Rhiannon Ally, Troy Aikman (Derek Volner/ESPN)

KANSAS CITY – Nine months after the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Philadelphia Eagles, 38-35, to win Super Bowl LVII in Arizona, the teams meet again tonight in an ESPN Monday Night Football clash that promises to be another nailbiter.

ESPN’s multi-faceted, comprehensive coverage of this Eagles-Chiefs showdown isn’t the only way The Walt Disney Company is telling this story.

This weekend, Nightline visited ESPN’s production crew in and out of GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium for correspondent Rhiannon Ally’s report that will appear on the ABC News program shortly after the game (check local listings). The report also will be available on Hulu.

Ally grew up outside of Kansas City, Mo.’s coverage

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