Starting Monday, Bartsool Radio will roll out a drastically new weekday lineup less than one year after the station launched on SiriusXM.
The schedule change helps fill the void left by Pat McAfee who infamously departed the channel late this past summer. McAfee’s show aired from 10 – noon ET which has recently been replaced by a rerun of Barstool Breakfast.
From 7 – 10am ET programming will remain unchanged, featuring Barstool Breakfast followed by The Cousins. Barstool Breakfast will still be hosted by Willie Colon and Francis Ellis. Shaun Latham, also known as 20 Dollar Chef will get his own one-hour show each day at 10am joined by Ben Friedman and Jourdyn Berry.
PFT Commenter will host Big If True with Trill Withers, Jeff Lowe, KenJac and Liz Gonzales who leaves the Barstool Radio afternoon show. PFT will host the show daily, with the others serving as a rotating supportive cast.
The Evening Yak with Big Cat moves to lunchtime, airing from noon – 1pm. KFC is moved off Barstool Radio, to host a show stacked with personality alongside Jared Carrabis and Kayce Smith from 1 – 3pm. Chicks in the Office changes from a 1pm start time to 3pm and Barstool Radio remains from 4 – 6pm.
With KFC no longer on the 4pm show, Portnoy and Tommy Smokes will be joined by Sam Riggs Bozoian on Barstool Radio from 4 – 6pm. Hi Haters hosted by two former Marines, Kate and Chaps will round out the new lineup from 6 -7pm, instead of their late night 10pm spot.
The most notable host missing from the new lineup is Dallas Braden, the former MLB pitcher previously hosted Dialed – In from 2 – 4pm ET. During the announcement, Portnoy also added he will be rotating around the schedule, regularly joining multiple shows. Barstool Radio can be heard on SiriusXM channel 85, where it debuted January 17 of this year.