Nickelodeon Crashletes

Todd Gurley has double duty on Super Bowl Sunday. Well, sort of. Roughly six hours before his Los Angeles Rams face the Patriots in Super Bowl LIII, Gurley will be the special guest in the season premiere of Crashletes on Nickelodeon.

This will be the third season of Crashletes, and this episode with Gurley -- set to air at 12:45 p.m. ET/PT on Feb. 3 -- is already in the can, as you can see in this exclusive preview clip:

After the premiere, Crashletes will settle into its usual Friday time slot at 7 p.m. ET/PT starting Feb. 8. It is the first half of a one-hour block of sports programming for Nickelodeon with trick-shot experts Dude Perfect in the 7:30 window.

Hosted by Brandon Broady and Stevie Nelson, Crashletes, as the title suggests, features clips of viral sports bloopers. (One of the popular returning segments is "Synchronized Stinking".)

Each episode will feature a star athlete joining Broady and Nelson on the set.

Brandon Broady and Stevie Nelson

The guests for this season include: Ryan Blaney (NASCAR), Dustin Brown (Los Angeles Kings), Brandi Chastain (former USA soccer player), Skylar Diggins-Smith (Dallas Wings-WNBA), Prince Fielder (former MLB player), Jessie Graff (professional stunt woman), Tony Hawk (professional skateboarder), Laurie Hernandez (Olympic gold medal gymnast), Melvin Ingram (Los Angeles Chargers), DeAndre Jordan (Dallas Mavericks), Gus Kenworthy (Olympic silver medalist skier), Becky Lynch (WWE), The Miz (WWE), Candace Parker (Los Angeles Sparks-WNBA), Ryan Sheckler (professional skateboarder), Bubba Wallace (NASCAR), DeMarcus Ware (former NFL player) and Shaun White (professional snowboarder).

The Dude Perfect Show is also entering its third season. Among the stunts planned for the opening episode Feb. 8 is one involving the use of rockets.