‘The StrykeZone,’ is Returning for a Seventh Season on Saturday, April 18th, 7 pm ET
The StrykeZone is back for a brand new season, bringing the spotlight to lesser known, emerging artists and public figures as well as giving insight to the state of the world right now, during a time where it’s needed the most.
New York, New York (PRUnderground) April 18th, 2020
The StrykeZone, hosted by media personality CJ Stryker, former Outlook Awards Nominee for Best Local Media Entertainer of the Year on Long Island, is receiving its long-awaited seventh season after ending after their 50th episode in 2016.
Fans and newcomers can see the premiere live this Saturday, April 18th at 7:00 PM Eastern. Viewers can be a part of the live audience simply by downloading the RingCentral app on their smartphone and join here to ask questions during the show https://meetings.ringcentral.com/my/thestrykezone, Use Code:212-766-8255 aka 212-SNM-Talk.
For anyone unable to watch the premiere live, an encore will be posted to Vimeo following the season 7 live premiere. Fans familiar with The Stryker & Quest Podcast will be excited to learn that Justin Younts will be joining CJ as the co-host of The StrykeZone.
Watch the Season 7 Official Promo trailer here: https://vimeo.com/strykernetworkmedia/szseason7promo
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About Stryker Network Media
The StrykeZone is a talk show where all areas of life are discussed. The show aims to deliver a modern age of social awareness. The StrykeZone brings guests who are up-and-coming, non-mainstream artists and public figures to showcase what they are all about and let them weigh in on the discussion of the world’s social issues. CJ will also dive into the topics of the entertainment world, including WWE, music, and everything else in-between that catches his attention.
The show is not all serious business though. It has its fun factor as well, including making fun of people, places, and things – bringing some massive controversy to the show. Factor in the biased editorials by the host and this show has the ingredients to piss people off. The StrykeZone is rated R, so don’t expect any topics to be sugar-coated!