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FS1 airs various studio shows mainly involving debating sports topics, especially in the afternoon and early evening. In May 2015, Fox Sports hired Jamie Horowitz, formerly of ESPN, to oversee the channel as Fox Sports’ President of National Networks. Following his arrival, FS1 began to pivot its studio programming towards opinion-oriented panel shows similar to those he oversaw on ESPN, and also hired away several notable personalities from ESPN, such as Skip Bayless and Colin Cowherd (who were featured on new programs such as Speak for Yourself and Skip and Shannon: Undisputed). Horowitz likened this strategy, which has been referred to as “embrace debate”, to that of sister property Fox News Channel; he argued that fewer viewers were watching conventional sports news programs such as SportsCenter due to the ubiquity of online news and highlights, but that there were “record highs” for opinion programs.

After Horowitz’s exit from Fox, his replacement Mark Silverman (who came from Big Ten Network) admitted that FS1 had matured and “grown past ’embrace debate'”, emphasizing a focus on offering shows that are “smart, entertaining and interesting to sports fans”, alongside opinion-based programs.

In September 2018, FS1 premiered a sports betting-related studio program, Lock It In, which features Clay Travis as well as Vegas bookie Todd Fuhrman, former Jimmy Kimmel Live! sidekick “Cousin Sal” Iacono, and Rachael Bonnetta.


  • TMZ Sports (weekdays 6 a.m. Eastern) – Similar to the syndicated TMZ celebrity gossip show, but focused specifically on athletes
  • First Things First (weekdays 6:30–9:30 a.m. Eastern) – Morning sports news/debate program with Nick Wright and Jenna Wolfe
  • Skip and Shannon: Undisputed (weekdays 9:30 a.m.—noon Eastern; replayed from midnight–2 a.m.) – Midday debate program with Skip Bayless, Shannon Sharpe, and Jenny Taft
  • The Herd with Colin Cowherd (weekdays noon–3 p.m. Eastern) – Simulcast of Colin Cowherd’s radio program on Fox Sports Radio.
  • Speak For Yourself (weekdays 3-4:30 p.m. Eastern; replayed late nights) Afternoon talk/debate program with Marcellus Wiley and Jason Whitlock
  • Lock It In (weekdays 4:30–5:30 p.m. Eastern) – Daily sports gambling program with Clay Travis, Todd Fuhrman, “Cousin Sal” Iacono, and Rachel Bonnetta
  • Fair Game with Kristine Leahy (weekdays 5:30 p.m.) – Daily half-hour interview program


  • MLB Whiparound (nightly 11 p.m.–midnight Eastern during baseball season) – A live nightly Major League Baseball highlights and analysis program (similar in vein to ESPN’s Baseball Tonight or MLB Network’s MLB Tonight) featuring quick turnaround highlights, news and analysis.[29] The show is hosted by Chris Myers, and one or two analysts from the group of Frank Thomas, Eric Karros and Nick Swisher. Some editions of the program are subject to being moved to a later timeslot, due to conflicts with other scheduled live programming.
  • NASCAR RaceDay (Saturday afternoon or Sunday morning depending on the race time) – A pre-race show for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, hosted by John Roberts, with Larry McReynolds, Michael Waltrip and Kenny Wallace providing analysis; the program was carried over to the network from Speed.
  • NASCAR Race Hub (weekdays 6–7 p.m. Eastern) – A daily program featuring news and analysis on the NASCAR circuit, including reviews of previous races and previews of upcoming action; the program was carried over to the network from Speed.
  • NASCAR Victory Lane (Saturday night or Sunday evening depending on the race time) – A post-race show for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, hosted by John Roberts or Chris Myers, Michael Waltrip and Kenny Wallace; the program was carried over to the network from Speed.
  • WWE Backstage (Tuesdays at 11 p.m.): In April 2019, coinciding with Fox’s upcoming acquisition of WWE SmackDown in October, it was announced that FS1 would air a WWE-related studio program on Tuesday nights as a companion show.[41] It is hosted by Renee Young and Booker T.


  • America’s Pregame (weeknights 5:00–6:00 p.m. Eastern; April 7, 2014 – October 2, 2015) – An early evening preview of the night’s sports action; the program was cancelled on September 30, 2015 due to low ratings.
  • Crowd Goes Wild (August 17, 2013 – May 8, 2014) – Daily talk show hosted by Regis Philbin and featuring Katie Nolan.
  • Fox NFL Kickoff (Sundays 11:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. Eastern during the NFL season; August 18, 2013 – January 18, 2015) – A program previewing the day’s NFL action, it serves as the supplementary program to the Fox Broadcasting Company’s existing pre-game show Fox NFL SundayFox NFL Kickoff moved to Fox on September 13, 2015, in an effort to boost the program’s currently low viewership and to serve as a lead-in for Fox NFL Sunday.
  • Fox Sports Live with Jay and Dan (nightly 11:00 p.m.–11:30 p.m. Eastern; August 17, 2013 – February 22, 2017) – Fox Sports 1’s flagship sports news program, which aired directly opposite ESPN’s SportsCenter on most nights. The program was primarily anchored by Jay Onrait and Dan O’Toole, who came to FS1 from the Canadian sports channel TSN, where the pair gained popularity for their irreverent and humorous presentation of sports news while serving as anchors of the late-night editions of that network’s SportsCentre. The show’s first run featured analysis and opinions on that night’s events and that day’s sports news, with Jay and Dan discussing the day’s major stories from FS1’s sister channels (such as Big Ten Network). In February 2016, the show was rebranded as a late night talk show in order to appeal to a younger generation and to boost low ratings. The program was cancelled on February 23, 2017.
  • The Mike Francesa Show (2014–2015) − WFAN radio host Mike Francesa agreed to simulcast a portion of his show on Fox Sports 1 and Fox Sports 2. However, the arrangement ended after only one year, on September 11, 2015. Francesa took full blame for the partnership not succeeding.
  • Garbage Time with Katie Nolan – Fox Sports 1’s weekly program was aired from March 15, 2015 to February 2017; de facto cancelled upon Nolan’s move to ESPN.
  • UFC Tonight (Wednesdays 7– p.m. Eastern) – Hosted by Kenny Florian and Karyn Bryant, the program features the latest news, highlights, and analysis from the UFC; this program was carried over to FS1 from Fuel TV (now Fox Sports 2). This program ended in December 2018 due to UFC signing a deal with ESPN starting in 2019.