We are not talking about NFL Network.
We are talking about Dilbert.
For many, the name of the show, Dilbert, has been synonymous with comedy, and it’s been that way for decades.
But in the past few years, the network has been trying to make it a more serious endeavor.
It has been in development for some time now, and now it will debut on ESPN.
It will also have a brand new channel, which will be dubbed “SportsCenter” in the future.
And unlike the other sports channels, the sports channel will be on ESPN 2.
The network will be available on tablets and mobile devices, and there are no plans for the network to be available to people who can’t afford to watch ESPN on a television.
Dilbert, which has been available on both Amazon and iTunes for more than two decades, will be a new channel that will not only air Dilbert on ESPN, but will also include other comedy specials, original content, and feature film commentary from comedians including Tim Heidecker, Stephen Colbert, Keegan-Michael Key, Adam Carolla, Adam Sandler, Amy Schumer, and Judd Apatow.
Dilbert will also air on the new digital streaming service Amazon Prime Video, which launched in July.