You can’t make your show fun without being able to put it on a television screen, and that’s what ESPN2 has done for the past two seasons.
But the service’s new app, which launched last week, isn’t just an app that will let you watch your shows on a TV screen.
It also has a feature that lets you make your shows more engaging by displaying them in an entirely new way: in the virtual space of a virtual space, called the “virtual theater.”
“It’s about a place that you can actually watch your favorite shows, or your favorite episodes, in virtual reality,” said James Gann, ESPN2’s VP of digital media, in an interview with CNET.
The service will allow you to watch up to five shows simultaneously, using a combination of both traditional and virtual technology.
The app, dubbed “The Virtual Theater,” lets you play your favorite games like “The Simpsons” and “Madden,” and you can also access other live sports content from ESPN2.
You can even get a virtual tour of a sports stadium with a virtual version of the “Seahawks Field House” from “The Bachelor.”
It’s a big step forward for the service, which has been criticized for its lack of sports content and for missing out on some of the most popular shows on television.
“We’re excited about this because it brings a new way to watch our shows, and it brings us more opportunity to expand to a whole new audience,” Gann said.
The new app will also let you play the games that you want to watch while also allowing you to connect with your friends and other ESPN2 users.
You’ll be able to play your favorites, and your friends will be able join in.
You might even be able have a conversation with the show’s creators or other viewers.
“You’ll be in a room with your favorite characters, and you’ll be looking at their faces,” Ginn said.
“You’ll have a great view of them as they’re interacting with each other, and they’re actually watching you.”
While you’re at it, you’ll also be able “grab the screen of your couch and interact with it as you’re watching the show, which will be great if you’re just hanging out on the couch and just like watching the game, but also really enjoying it.”
In addition to the interactive games, “The New Playlist” will let users select their favorite characters and games and add them to their favorite “The Real Sports” or “The Basketball Show” shows.
This is a feature ESPN2 will be rolling out over the next couple of months, but it’s already available on its streaming service.
“The New Player” lets you join a group of friends to play “The NBA Jam” or play “Super Bowl 50,” as well as “NBA Jam” and other games.
“The Team Up” lets people join “Team USA” to play some basketball games.
“These are the types of things that we love to watch,” Giann said.
But, he added, “there’s a whole bunch of things we don’t like to watch.”ESPN2 will also be rolling Out of This World in February, which is “where you can play all of our live sporting events like the NFL, NBA, NFLPA, MLB, NHL, NCAA, NBA Finals, NHL Draft, NCAA Championship, and more.”
The service will be rolled out on a rolling basis, and Gann expects the service to continue to grow over time.
“There’s a lot of great content coming out,” he said.
The company is currently working on a “sports hub” that will give fans the ability to find live streams of ESPN2 sports content on a range of platforms, including the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Roku, and Apple TV.
The launch of the virtual theater app comes just months after the company rolled out a “Sports Center” app, and the service is still the same: a video streaming platform that will allow viewers to watch games on televisions while also providing them with information and stats about the game.