ESPN’s Highly Questionable will have a different look to it after starting June 26, as ESPN’s reshuffling continues, this time including personality Bomani Jones.

Jones will shift from his co-host position on Highly Questionable next to Dan Le Batard and Le Batard’s father, Papi, to a new one-hour show at noon ET on ESPN alongside Pablo Torre starting on January 2, 2018, while maintaining his The Right Time radio show from 4-7 p.m. ET on ESPN radio.

“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.”

Jones will be replaced by a rotation of co-hosts, starting with Domonique Foxworth on Monday, June 26.

Jones has been on the show for over four years and joined ESPN full-time in 2013.

ESPN has made several changes to its programming in recent months, and the daily lineup will look much different when the new year starts.

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