Wed. Sep 19th, 2018

High Noon to Debut June 4th on ESPN

The new ESPN television show featuring Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre officially has a name and start date.

According to the ESPN PR Twitter account, the show’s name will be High Noon (9AM Pacific). The name, High Noon, was reported by the Hollywood Reporter in March, and as it turns out they were almost correct, but ESPN wanted to make sure they were inclusive of their West Coast audience in the title.

The premier of High Noon (9AM Pacific) will be June 4th, airing as a live one-hour show on ESPN. Episodes will broadcast each weekday at 12 noon ET and 9 a.m. PT as advertised.

Originally slated to debut January 2nd, the Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre hosted show was delayed due to the newly built ESPN campus in New York not being completed in time. ESPN’s morning show Get Up has been broadcasting from the 21,000 square foot New York studio since April 2nd.

Brandon Contes is a freelance writer for BSM. He can be found on Twitter @BrandonContes. To reach him by email click here.

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