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ESPN's New Show 'Marty Smith's America' Debuts Tonight

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ESPN will premiere a new show tonight called "Marty Smith's America."

ESPN reporter Marty Smith is getting his own segment called Marty Smith's America, and it's set to premiere tonight on ESPN2 at 7 p.m. E.T.

According to ESPN's press release, "the one-hour program will feature Smith interviewing and spending time with four sports newsmakers in sometimes unusual settings."

The first show will feature Cristiano Ronald, Cam Newtown, Sam Darnold and Maverick Carter as guests, and also Tim Tebow as a guest-host.

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“Everyone has a story,” said Smith, per ESPN. “This life is about relationships and sharing those stories. My team and I thoroughly enjoy telling them, through the prism of building lasting relationships. Work hard. Be kind. Have passion. That’s us. We have a unique style and energy. We genuinely care about the people we cover — not just the stories they provide.”

Smith joined ESPN in 2006, and was the lead NASCAR reporter until 2014 when ESPN ended its coverage. He also co-hosts the Saturday morning Marty and McGee program on ESPN Radio with ESPN the Magazine’s Ryan McGee.