Following ESPN’s drastic decline in recent months, the worldwide leader in sports in flipping the script, switching “First Take” from ESPN2 to ESPN as of January 3, 2017, per Sports Business Daily.

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While Max Kellerman and Stephen A. Smith yell at each other on the flagship network, Hannah Storm’s “SportsCenter Face to Face” and David Lloyd/Cari Champion’s “SportsCenter” will shift to ESPN2.

Smith’s former partner Skip Bayless bounced to Fox Sports 1 and launched “Undisputed” around Labor Day. ESPN has reportedly seen a 33 percent drop in viewership compared to the same span last year after Bayless’ departure.

ESPN reportedly lost over 620,000 subscribers in October, as the network comes off one of the worst months in company history.

ESPN reportedly making drastic changes to morning programming @WhatHeLooksLike/Twitter

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