Fox Sports is once again home to its own digital-first “The Best Buys” show.
The new channel will feature a new format, which will include a host of guest hosts, as well as new digital content, including exclusive, in-depth features, videos and podcasts.
It will also be the first channel to air a regular segment on the “The Top 10 Best Buy PCs of All Time,” which airs every Tuesday at 7 p.m.
ET on Fox Sports Radio.
The “Best Buy Computer” series, which began airing on the channel in 2015, has been a staple on Fox’s digital-only network.
The show, which has been available on iTunes and Google Play since the show’s launch in July, has attracted millions of views and garnered thousands of subscribers.
It is now available on Hulu, Amazon Instant Video and others.
The new format will also include a hosts lineup that includes Steve Levy, former NBA player, host and sports analyst, and Mark Titus, host of “The Steve Levy Show,” who will host the show.
Levy has been an ESPN broadcaster since 2010 and was a part of the “SportsCenter” team that won the 2016 Emmy Award for Outstanding Sports Program.
Titus has been in broadcasting for 25 years and previously held the position of host of ESPN’s “SportsNation.”
In addition to the new format of the show, the new channel also has a host lineup that features former NFL star and current ESPN analyst, Dan Patrick, as the new host.
Patrick joined the network in 2018 and began his tenure with the network by being the host of the popular show “The Dan Patrick Show.”
Patrick will also host the “Dan Patrick Show” podcast that has been popular with fans.
He will also have an “Inside the Dan Patrick Podcast” segment, which is available on the app for Android and iOS.
The first episode of the podcast is available for download on the network.
Other new programming includes a new “Top 10 Best of 2017” segment on “The Big Lead” on Thursday, where hosts Will Clark and Jim Wyatt will feature the best of the year’s best computer games from across the video game industry, including Halo, Overwatch, Diablo III, FIFA 16, Hearthstone, StarCraft II and many more.
The podcast will also air the “Best of 2017,” which features interviews with the developers of those games.
The show will also feature a special guest segment on Wednesday called “The 10 Best Games for the PC,” which will feature two of the biggest PC games of 2017.
The games will be showcased alongside the host, with special guest host Alex Bleszinski, who will be joined by “Top of the Line” host Steve Kerr.
The series will also highlight the best-selling video game of the week for each week of the month.
It was first announced in May 2018 and is currently available on Apple TV and Android.
The first episode will air on Friday, June 1, at 6 p., ET on the Fox Sports app.
The second episode will premiere on Thursday at 10 p..m., ET.