ESPN’s new morning show, ‘Get Up,’ to debut from NY studio in April
The show, which will air on ESPN from 7-10 a.m., will feature news, opinion and analysis from the hosts and guests.
“Sports fans start their days with sports and with ESPN,” said Bill Wolff, vice president, studio production, ESPN in a release. “Our programming is based on two tenets — personality and authority. In both areas, Michelle, Greeny, and Jalen are stars, which is why we’re so excited for ‘Get Up.'”
ESPN occupies the third floor of the South Street Seaport development, with views of the Brooklyn and Manhattan skylines and will have future roof access upon its completion.
The new studio space at Pier 17 is managed by NEP.