TV personality Larry King with son cheers on during the seventh inning stretch in Game One of the NLCS between the Philadelphia Phillies and the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Larry King might be the monarch of talk TV — but his 10-year-old son, Chance, is hoping to be the new prince.
The show, which will start filming in February, will focus on kids talking about baseball, in addition to interviews with Major League Baseball players.
"I couldn't be more excited for Chance; he really knows and loves baseball, and will be one heck of an anchor," the elder King said in a statement to Access.
The CNN host also confirmed Chance's brother, 9-year-old Cannon, will also appear on the show.
"Both boys are cute and huge sports fans – what more could you ask for?" King added.
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