for yall imperssed by those fake tweets... go ahead an dstan a black woman hater that does sports talk shows with porn stars The first time Gilbert Arenas and Mia Khalifa met together with the producers of their new sports talk show, they alighted on the same question. “Are we allowed to swear on this show?” Khalifa recalled with a laugh this week. They are, as it turns out. And the question probably reveals something of the tenor for their joint venture. “Out of Bounds,” a daily program scheduled to premiere Oct. 16 on Complex News’s YouTube Channel, will bring “the comments section to real life,” according to a Tuesday news release announcing the endeavor. The show will also personify “the rawness of social media commentary in an authentic way,” according to the release. And it will be led by two personalities who built massive online followings out of their willingness to say just about anything. Arenas, the one-time Wizards star, has stayed almost entirely out of traditional media since his playing career ended, instead relying on sometimes outrageous Instagram videos and comments to communicate to the public. Khalifa, who parlayed a brief dalliance with adult movies into an unexpected career as a social-media star, creates regular headlines with her similarly unfiltered approach. For Complex News, the goal was to create “an anti-sports show sports show,” a program that feels “as close to the commentary that is happening in living rooms and on social media as possible,” according to Noah Callahan-Bever, the company’s chief content officer. And so, the fact that Arenas and Khalifa have made their biggest marks on social media in recent years? That’s a feature, not a bug. “How are we going to create a product that is competitive in a sports landscape that is fairly crowded, and create a product that is totally differentiated in its voice?” Callahan-Bever asked. “We’re going to have to get people that are totally differentiated in their voice, people that ESPN and Fox would never even entertain putting on their platform, but that are compelling, and that we can demonstrate are compelling. … Just like Gilbert, there is a rawness to [Khalifa] and to the way she talks about sports that I think is going to create a package that cannot be replicated by any of these more mainstream competitors.” The show will be broadcast out of Los Angeles at 2 p.m. Eastern Monday through Thursday. It will be moderated by Complex News host Pierce Simpson, in a format similar to Everyday Struggle, which matched rapper Joe Budden with Internet personality DJ Akademiks. That show averages more than a million views per episode, according to Callahan-Bever.