The Sewing Machines of America will return to ESPN with a new show airing this fall.
The new series, titled The SewING Machine Show, will air at 10 a.m.
ET on ESPN on Thursday, Aug. 16.
The series is part of ESPN’s efforts to broaden its audience for the digital-first programming that is part and parcel of ESPN.com.
The show will be available for free through the ESPN app and on the ESPN.tv website.
The show is produced by Matt Zaleski, a veteran of the television industry who has worked with ESPN, Disney and Warner Bros. TV, among others.
The current show is part one of a three-part series, and each installment will include a new episode.
In the first installment, a pair of sisters meet in an alleyway to share a sewing machine.
A man and a woman are there to sell the machine to her, and she is forced to take on the man’s business.
The new episode will follow the sisters, who have been traveling around the country, to try and find a store to sell their sewing machine to.
They soon find it on a local road.
The next episode will see the sisters travel back to their home to find a place to sell sewing machines to a friend.
In this episode, they travel back in time and have a long conversation about the time they spent on their first sewing machine and how it changed their lives.
The sisters return to their new home and have an epiphany about the value of making a life in sewing.
The next episode, in this third episode, will see a woman in the future who has a sewing shop in her hometown, which has become an important part of her life.
In the fourth episode, the sisters try to sell her sewing machine for a price.
The latest episode will premiere on Wednesday, Aug, 16 at 10 p.m ET.