is this the beginning of a new genre ? If The Last Dance of controversy, the documentary dedicated to the dynasty of the Bulls of Michael Jordan, ESPN announced on Thursday the launch of another documentary series. It will be dedicated to the star of american football Tom Brady, six-time winner of the Superbowl. "Man In the Arena - Tom Brady" ("The man in the arena - Tom Brady) will be released in 2021, said ESPN that the announcement comes four days after the 10th and last chapter of The Last Dance, which broke the record of audience of the channel to a documentary, with an average of 5.9 million viewers.
available in nine episodes, the documentary will tell the twenty past seasons by Brady within the New England Patriots, with whom he won six times for the NFL championship in nine finals contested. The quarterback who now continues his career at the age of 42, with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, co-producing the documentary, directed by Gotham Chopra.
Apple also produces a series on Tom Brady
"Thanks to the series, we will define the key moments and challenges that were seemingly insurmountable, but with hard work and perseverance, they have become triumphs, defining a career, both in victory and defeat," said Brady. The latter will be also in honour of another series-documentary in seven parts produced by Apple TV, which broadcast on its platform as of July 10. "Greatness Code" will highlight stories that are little known and pivotal moments that have defined the careers of great athletes, in order to better explain why they have become the best in their field.
in Addition to Brady, the superstar of the NBA, LeBron James, the fastest man in the world Usain Bolt, swimmer five-times olympic champion Katie Ledecky, the surfing legend Kelly Slater, the double world champion of soccer Alex Morgan, and the king of snowboarding, Shaun White will each be the subject of an episode.Updated Date: 21 May 2020, 21:34