Tom Wallisch, Good Company

Wallisch and Woodsy to appear on ABC’s “World of X Games”

Wallisch and Woodsy to appear on ABC’s “World of X Games”

This Saturday, March 14, the World of X Games will host a double feature premier of Tom Wallisch’s Good Company web series, as well as Winter Stories with James Woods and Kaitlyn Farrington. Viewers will enjoy thirty action-packed minutes featuring Tom Wallisch and friends, on top of a flashback to Wallisch’s childhood on the east coast.

Immediately following Good Company, Winter Stories with James Woods and Kaitlyn Farrington will showcase James “Woodsy” Woods’ rise from growing up on the dry slopes of the U.K. to becoming one of freeskiing’s top slopestyle skiers.

The televised event will kick off on Saturday, March 14 at 3:00 p.m. EST on ABC. Be there or be square.

Also, in case you missed it or cannot DVR the premier, Wallisch’s Good Company is now available via iTunes.

For more information, see the press release below.

Press Release provided by X Games:

Tune into World of X Games this Saturday, March 14 for a double feature premiering both “Good Company with Tom Wallisch” and “Winter Stories with James Woods and Kaitlyn Farrington” beginning at 3 p.m. ET/1 p.m. PT on ABC.

World of X Games will kick off with “Good Company with Tom Wallisch,” a follow-up to last year’s critically-acclaimed “The Wallisch Project”. This next installment in Wallisch’s ski projects expands the film to include a group of like-minded skiers, filmers and friends who all contribute their love for skiing and traveling. The project will follow this group of skiers through various types of terrain and showcase their deep bag of tricks during an action-packed 30 minutes of skiing’s best. Additionally, the show takes Wallisch back to his hometown of Pittsburgh, Penn., where friends and family share personal anecdotes throughout his career.

The second World of X Games feature, “Winter Stories with James Woods and Kaitlyn Farrington” will begin at 3:30 p.m. ET, documenting the rise of two unlikely athletes to action sports stardom. James “Woodsy” Woods’ story chronicles his ascension from the artificial dry slopes of Sheffield, Great Britain to winning an X Games Ski Slopestyle bronze as a rookie in 2013. The episode continues with snowboarder Kaitlyn Farrington’s highs and lows through the 2014/15 season experiencing elation atop the Winter Olympic podium, and then devastation in learning that would be the final competitive snowboard run of her short but storied career.

Related: Tom Wallisch’s “Good Company” is now available via iTunes

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