These two deserve an even better show now!
Esquire isn't be the most popular network on cable due to its focus on targeting a male demographic without any sporting events.
And when you hear about its internal push toward sexism, you may like it even less…
Thankfully, two of the channel's TV personalities have taken a stand against the patriarchy and decided to quit Best Bars in America after two seasons after being asked to objectify women!
Apparently, after successfully filming 20 episodes touring bars across the country, Sean Patton and Jay Larson were asked to be more bro-y and rude for the now-defunct third season.
In an interview with SiriusXM's Bennington radio show, Sean opened up about their decision to exit the reality show, saying: