ESPN Sports Saturday
|ESPN Sports Saturday|
|Genre||Sports anthology series|
|Presented by||Hannah Storm|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Running time||120 minutes|
|Original run||April 3, 2010– present|
|Preceded by||ABC's Wide World of Sports|
ESPN Sports Saturday is an American sports anthology series produced by the ESPN sports network. Hosted by Hannah Storm, it premiered at 4 p.m. ET April 3, 2010 on the American Broadcasting Company. ESPN, which like ABC is controlled by The Walt Disney Company, has handled ABC's sports coverage since 2006 under the ESPN on ABC umbrella, and ESPN Sports Saturday could be considered a descendent of ABC's Wide World of Sports.
Content on the series initially included Winners Bracket, a segment consisting of highlights, plus other ESPN documentary programs, including Homecoming with Rick Reilly, 30 for 30 and E:60. Episodes will air on Saturdays through August, then resume at the conclusion of the NCAA Division I FBS football season. Upon the show's return after the college football season, the Winners Bracket hour of the block was replaced by a new weekly discussion series showcasing the best of the ESPN sports discussion shows which provide all new exclusive content on the upcoming week's big events and match-ups.
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