ESPN Barstool Sports Show Canceled


But hiding in the shadows during the firestorm behind Hill's suspension and coverage of athlete protests against social injustice was the news that they had signed a deal with Barstool Sports and their show "Barstool Van Talk".

Skipper thanked "Van Talk" hosts, Dan "Big Cat" Katz and PFT Commenter, both of whom also host the popular sports podcast, "Pardon My Take".

The show was met with controversy from the very beginning.

Toward the end of Portnoy's address, a producer fielding questions from Barstool fans asked the site founder if die-hards should now "boycott ESPN".

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The reaction from elsewhere on the internet was strong and swift. "Anytime. Anywhere." In the past several years, as the nation has become more politically divisive and these polarities permeate into sports, ESPN's desire to be Everything to Everybody has resulted in Nobody being happy.

Ponder, host of "Sunday NFL Countdown", tweeted a picture on Monday of a Barstool blog post from 2014, specifically targeting the type of language that was used to criticize her. So others can only hope to tie Barstool Van Talk, but "Big Cat" and PFT Commentor can never lose. "In time likes these, we remember what a great philosopher once said: Success isn't owned, it's leased". Thank you to all the Award Winning Listeners/Watchers for supporting us, and thank you to all the great people who worked alongside us at ESPN and (production company) EMBASSY ROW.

"You want to see why everyone says Barstool is gonna be the next ESPN?" In order to illustrate her point, Sterger recalled an incident in which she was sexually harassed by an ESPN employee when she interviewed for multiple positions. Sam Ponder, I'm not even really mad about her tweet.

It is widely believed that Sam Ponder was the driving force behind ESPN having second thoughts about getting into business with Barstool. We attacked her; she waited for three years to drop revenge on our heads the night before, and she got accomplished what she wanted to get accomplished. ESPN tried to have the show without any Barstool Sports logos or branding associated with it, but Barstool president Dave Portnoy insisted. "From what we heard, there was a mini-uprising". She got the show cancelled.