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10) This has the potential to be the best evis- ceration of a reputation since Joe Gibbs returned to DC
9) Given the man's admitted employment history, there's really no reason to imagine this lasts past 2014
8) On the plus side, this really has to put the itching powder in Bill Simmons' chaps
7) The over/under on the suits forcing him to cover Tim Tebow is now at 2.5 months
6) With the man's past political leanings, it's going to make it a wee bit awkward when he's got sponsored parts of his show for the Adolph Coors Reich
5) No matter how well-written and intelligent the KO show might be, it can't possibly get that stink of Skip Bayless out of the curtains
4) Olbermann is doing the show in New York, because even unemployed men consider living and working in Bristol, Connecticut to be a deal breaker
3) There is no truth to the rumor that Fox is going to give Bill O'Reilly a sports show on their new network jus...
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Keith Olbermann will return to ESPN after a 16-year absence from the network to host a nightly one-hour talk show on ESPN2, the New York Times reports. The were reports last week that Olbermann was in talks with ESPN about a return, and The Times says the network is set to make the announcement on [...]
Keith Olbermann is set to rejoin ESPN after a 16 year absence. This may be a suprise to some after the contentious circumstances surrounding Olbermann’s exit. It’s no secret that Olbermann is a controversial character both on the screen and off of it.
Olbermann will host an hour-long show on ESPN 2. However, the show will not be filmed at ESPN’s campus in Bristol, it will be...
Oh so many years ago — in 1997, in fact — Keith Olbermann left his job at ESPN to conquer the world of television politics, moving on to a controversial career at MSNBC and later Current TV. Well, now it appears that Olbermann may be returning home.
A potential reunion between ESPN and Olbermann has been speculated for years now. Back in March, the rumors began anew with reports...
Keith Olbermann will be returning to ESPN in August. The former SportsCenter anchor will return to the network with a hour-long show airing on ESPN2.
Olbermann’s new show will be called “Olbermann” and will begin airing on Aug. 26 at 11 pm ET.
Since leaving ESPN in 1997 the now 54-year-old Olbermann went on to work at MSNBC, FOX and Current TV.
“Apart from the opportunity...
Additional details of Keith Olbermann‘s return to ESPN emerged late Tuesday night. Echoing previous reports by The New York Daily News and Variety, The New York Times reported late Tuesday that ESPN will announce the [...]
It appears that Keith Olbermann is coming full circle and returning to the network that he helped launch in 1993. Variety and the New York Times are reporting that ESPN will make an announcement to the world later today that K.O. will host an ESPN2 late night talk show. The premiere date has not been disclosed. Back in October 1993, Olbermann and Suzy Kolber were the first faces...
One of the most polarizing anchors in ESPN’s history, Keith Olbermann is making his way back to Bristol. Olbermann, who made a name for himself on SportsCenter with Dan Patrick, left of some bad terms in 1997. He since has had been on shows that aired on MSNBC, Current, and FOX in the political genre of television.
Now Keith will have his own show called “Olbermann.” (naturally...
The once unlikely return of Keith Olbermann to ESPN is nearly complete, according to reports. ESPN is expected to announce within days that Keith Olbermann has rejoined the network as a late night talk show [...]
After sixteen years and several stops along the way, Keith Olbermann has officially returned to ESPN. ESPN announced Wednesday that Olbermann will anchor a one-hour late night talk show on ESPN2 starting August 26. The [...]
ESPN made the announcement today. The once-black sheep of the ESPN family will officially return to the roost on August 26 when Keith Olbermann hosts the debut of the 11 p.m. ET show aptly titled "Olbermann" on ESPN2.
According to the press release, the show will discuss the day in sports and be "a mix of perspective and commentary, interviews, contributors,...
That 2007 interview from the Late Show with David Letterman outlines how improbable the return of Keith Olbermann to ESPN is. It still seems like a dream that Olbermann will host a late night show on ESPN2 beginning on August 26.
Shift the interview to 5:28 and to witness the following exchange:
Letterman: "What is it about you? You seem to burn bridges wherever you...