After the success of the documentary ‘The Last Dance’ on Michael Jordan and the dynasty of the Chicago Bulls, ESPN announced Thursday that will produce another series about the superstar of american football Tom Brady, that will launch in 2021.
The quarterback, still active at age 42, will be the co-producer and protagonist of the documentary “Man in the arena” (The man in the arena), which will have nine chapters.
The announcement comes four days after you are issued the tenth and final episode of ‘The Last Dance’ (The Last Dance), who became the documentary’s most watched ESPN in the united States and was seen by over 23 million people in other countries via Netflix.
‘Man in the arena’, which will direct the american Gotham Chopra, will be a journey through the childhood, education and two decades of career of Brady, which won six titles in NFL with the uniform of the New England Patriots, more than any other player in the history of this sport.
“Through the series, we’re defining moments and key challenges that seemed insurmountable, but which, through hard work and perseverance, became triumphs that defined my career,” said Brady, who married the brazilian model Gisele Bündchen.
“Realize my potential was and was treated my career,” said Brady in a video preview of the documentary that went up to his Twitter account.
The player californian expected to play at least a couple of seasons more and will do in the ranks of the modest Tampa Bay Buccaneers, a franchise that joined as a free agent after his departure from the Patriots in march.
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