FOX Sports has confirmed that it is partnering with ESPN to create a brand-new series called “The Four Nations,” which will launch in the U.S. on the ESPN network later this year.
The ESPN series, which will be produced by ABC Studios and produced by “America’s Got Talent” judge Chris Rock, will follow the U-23 and U-20 women’s national teams.
The show will debut with a live special of the U20 women on Tuesday at the 2017 Women’s World Cup, followed by the U17 and U17 U-19 teams in March.
The U.K. Women’s National Team will also debut on “The Five” in April, followed in the fall by the US women.
The new series will also feature an exclusive interview with the U23 and senior national team players.
The first installment of the show will air on ESPN2, and the second episode of the series will air at the same time on ESPN.
The first episode will also air on Fox Sports 1, ESPN2 and Fox Sports GO.
FOX Sports 1 and FoxSports GO will premiere the new series on April 16.