The innovative miniseries, which has captured 14 sports Emmy Awards, will debut in prime time on Dec. 14 at 10 o'clock.
"It will be weird getting used to having cameras around all the time," defenseman Matt Carle said. "Talbot has a lot of insight in what to expect from those guys.
"I've joked around with my buddies in the summertime that I'd have to change my personality drastically to get noticed on the show."
Cameras will follow the Flyers and Rangers as they prepare for the Winter Classic, cutting all of their monthlong footage - which includes time on the road, at practice and even at home with the players, coaches and their families - down to four episodes, which will appear Dec. 14, Dec. 21, Dec. 28 with a finale on Jan. 4.
The 24/7 series, from executive producer Rick Bernstein, is the most honored sports series over the past 4 years.
They won't be short on personality this year, with Chris Pronger likely dueling with Scott Hartnell or Rangers coach John Tortorella for face time.
"It's a great lead-up to the game, a great way to promote the sport," Pronger said. "I guess I've got to show 'em something new. I'll have to bring out my 'A' game."