The broadcaster has flown Kate Mason, Steven Finn and Alastair Cook out to Scandinavia to present from a facility owned by parent company Warner Bros. Discovery while its London studio undergoes renovation.
For the first Test, TNT relied heavily on the feed from the host broadcaster in India, having only concluded a deal for the rights at the eleventh hour.
Finn said: "After the brilliant comeback performance in the first test of this series, I can't wait to be covering the next two games with TNT Sports in what will be a compelling Test Match series."
TNT's coverage of the second Test from Visakhapatnam gets underway on Friday at 3.30am on TNT Sports 1 and discovery+. body check tags ::
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