Over the weekend, ESPN announced that its Washington, D. C. -based shows were suspending production for coronavirus and social distancing concerns. That meant we wouldn’t be seeing Pardon the Interruption on the air for the time being.
But if you’ve been watching any of ESPN’s other studio-based programming — or really, any such programming on any other network — you know that anchors and analysts have been maintaining their distance, participating in on-air discussions from separate TV studios or video-calling in from home (which has led to some amusing, endearing moments).
Undeterred by coronavirus restrictions, ESPN’s afternoon debate shows are still trying to give the people what they want.
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