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  • Starring: Tony Reali, Tony Kornheiser, Michael Wilbon
  • Summary: On Monday, Oct. 22, ESPN premiered Pardon The Interruption, a live and provocative show devoted exclusively to sports opinions and headline issues, airs each weekday at 5:30 p.m. ET leading into SportsCenter. The 30-minute program originates from Washington, D.C. and features Washington Post columnists Tony Kornheiser and Mike Wilbon. The two address a variety of issues from the sports world each day with some the help of some in-studio and out-of-studio contributors. The program reairs each weekday at 6:30 p.m. ET on ESPNEWS, and often at 7:30 on ESPN2.

    Kornheiser and Wilbon, who have been debating each other in the sports and style pages of the Washington Post for more than two decades, face-off nightly on the day's hot topics. Timely interviews with newsmakers frame the debates. Viewers also have an opportunity to ask questions and voice opinions. Veteran ESPN news executive Jim Cohen serves as the show's executive producer. Kornheiser and Wilbon, frequent guests on ESPN's The Sports Reporters, remain with The Post and continue writing columns for the sports pages. Kornheiser also continues as host of Tony Kornheiser Show on ESPN Radio.
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  • Genre(s): Sports, Sports, Talk & Interview, News
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  1. Oct 7, 2014
    10
    I find this to be the best informative sports show out there. To give you some premise: Two men talk about a topic for 2-3 minutes then move on to the next one. This steady movement keeps them from bantering on about one thing for too long. They are both smart and witty with good enough senses of humor to keep one interested. I prefer this to other shows such as First Take and Sportsnation because those are all about debate to the point where it seems forced. Tony and Mike don't debate each other. They just exchange thoughts on topics. They are interestin to listen to and games like odds makers and whats the word bring a change of pace halfway in to the program. I highly suggest watching this show as it is both informative and entertaining. I've learned a lot from these two. Expand