ESPN2’s Numbers Never Lie will debut a new look today as the show transforms into His & Hers with co-hosts Michael Smith and Jemele Hill.
Front Row sat down with the co-hosts and best friends on their brand new set for an exclusive first look. In the video above, Hill and Smith discuss how His & Hers will be different from Numbers Never Lie and share their thoughts on why this change is so important to them.
His & Hers airs weekdays at noon ET on ESPN2.
– Jennifer Cingari
Video produced by Dave Williams, Samantha Baron and Josh Lander
1. In Fort Worth, Texas, Jamie Little reported from the middle of the post-race scrum between Jeff Gordon and Brad Keselowski’s teams
— Jamie Little (@JamieLittleTV) November 3, 2014
— Paul Pabst (@PaulPabst) November 3, 2014
Jeff Gordon, telling it like it is live on ESPN. Fantastic.
— Tim Abel (@timabel) November 3, 2014
— Melissa Joan Hart (@MelissaJoanHart) November 2, 2014
ESPN putting Sal Paolantonio to work lol Blizzard in foxboro going to make Denver v New England much more interesting pic.twitter.com/eHJjxADiOL
— Vince Leone (@vpl35) November 2, 2014
— College GameDay (@CollegeGameDay) November 2, 2014
4. GameDay saluted analyst Lee Corso before he made his 250th headgear pick
VINE – Lee Corso gets emotional on Game Day https://t.co/xSoBvTAMGo
— FanSided GIF (@FanSidedGIF) November 1, 2014
— OleMissPix (@OleMissPix) November 1, 2014
6. A pair of ESPN NFL analysts – who are Arizona State alumni – were hailed in Tempe
— Jess Kraus (@JessKraus) November 2, 2014
7. Around The Horn and PTI were among the ESPN shows that got into the spirit of Halloween
— Dale Earnhardt Jr. (@DaleJr) October 31, 2014
— Highly Questionable (@HQonESPN) October 31, 2014
Around the horn was too dope! Drizzy was perfek. And Tony Kornheiser is tooooooo krazy!
— Lil Wayne WEEZY F (@LilTunechi) October 31, 2014
David Scott, Bill Hofheimer, Andy Hall and Sheldon Spencer contributed to this post.