‘The ‘Hannity’ Factor’ Has No Place in an NFL Network World title ‘HANNITY’ EXCLUSIVE: ‘The HANNITY FANATICS’ REVEALS WHAT NFL VISION WILL BE IF IT IS BANNED!
By now, most fans are aware that “The Hannity Factor” has been suspended indefinitely.
And it was just a matter of time before ESPN announced it, as it did last week, and said it would “reinforce” the show.
But it’s not just that “Hannities” is being suspended; it’s that the network has announced it will be taking it off the air altogether.
The network’s statement is a bit confusing: It says it will re-air “HANNITIES” on the “ESPN SportsCenter” channel on Saturday, but only if it is “suspended for at least 30 days.”
This could mean “Hanni’s” suspension could be shortened, or that “the program will not be on the air for more than 30 days and no future episodes will air.”
ESPN has not said if it will also “re-air” the network’s “HIMS” show, which has been on hiatus since last year, or whether the two programs will be on hiatus again.
The network has also said it will no longer host “Hanna” and “Hank” on “The Herd” channel.
“Hanks” will air Saturday on ESPN2.ESPN has also confirmed that “Tune in with Chris” will not return after the suspension, instead being moved to ESPN3.
The move comes as ESPN is in the midst of an investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct by several former “Hantz” staffers, including one former “SportsCenter” anchor who was fired after he was accused of sexually assaulting a former female staffer.
“The Hantz Factor” is scheduled to air on ESPN3 on Oct. 30 at 9 p.m. ET.