ESPN’s Highly Questionable will have a different look to it after today’s episode.

The show, which airs at 4:30 ET, will be the last for Bomani Jones. Jones co-hosts the show with Dan Le Batard and Le Batard’s father, Papi.

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Jones has been on the show for over four years, and he is leaving to start his own show with Pablo Torre. Jones and Torre’s new show will debut on Jan. 2, 2018, and it will appear daily from noon – 1 p.m. ET.

Jones, who also hosts The Right Time on ESPN Radio from 4 – 7 p.m. Monday through Friday, said in a statement he is excited to work with Torre.

“Had someone asked me a year ago who I’d want to work with on a new TV show, I would have said Pablo Torre,” Jones said.  “Now that it’s going to happen, I couldn’t be more excited. We have a chance to make something new, fresh and entertaining, and I can’t wait to take on that challenge.”

It’s unclear at this time who will replace Jones on Highly Questionable. ESPN has made several changes to its programming in recent months, and the daily lineup will look much different when the new year starts.

(h/t The Spun)

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