Fox Sports is set to launch a new podcast, which will be hosted by astrology expert Michael Ondaatje.
Fox Sports astrology is set for an early launch on Wednesday.
The new podcast will feature episodes focused on astrology and its impact on the sports industry, which includes the NFL, MLB and NHL.
Astrology has become a staple of sports broadcasting in recent years, and Fox Sports has a history of airing episodes on the podcast format.
Ondaatsek, a longtime contributor to Fox Sports and a regular on Fox’s NBA coverage, recently penned a piece for the podcast called “Five Reasons You Should Be Watching Sports With Your Astrologer.”
Ondaattje will be joined by two other astrologers and a handful of other personalities on the show.
Ondaattsek has a long history of making astrology-themed podcasts, and he’s been featured on Fox Sports’ “Mike & Mike,” “NBA Countdown,” “Basketball Insiders” and the podcast “The Astrology Show.”
He recently produced an episode of “The Mike & Mike Astrology Podcast.”
Ondaata said he’s excited to be joining Fox Sports with its first podcast, and that he feels that the podcast will provide the audience with a wide range of viewpoints.
“The podcast is going to be more of a resource than a definitive source for what you should watch,” he said.
“I think it’s going to give the audience a better sense of what’s going on in the world and what is really going on within sports, and how sports are influenced by the science and the research that’s been done.
There are a lot of sports people who are fans of sports, so I think the podcast is really a chance for those fans to really understand what’s out there.”
I think the most important thing is that the podcasts that are out there now are the ones that are the most consistent and the most accurate and the ones where they really show the sport the way that it should be watched.
“The Astrologers in the News, a show on ESPN2, also will launch on the Fox Sports podcast on Wednesday, and it will feature the likes of professional astrologer Jeff Gordon, former ESPN personality Bill Simmons, retired MLB pitcher Chris Sale, former NFL player Brian Cushing, former NBA player Joe Montana and more.