The highly awaited documentary Man in the Arena: Tom Brady, which explores the tale of each of Tom Brady’s Super Bowl appearances, will premiere on ESPN via Kayo. The ten-part docuseries will feature exclusive interviews with significant figures from Brady’s life and career, as well as deconstructions of each of the renowned quarterback’s ten Super Bowl appearances from his own viewpoint. The first two episodes will air tonight (Tuesday, November 23) at 8:00 and 9:00 p.m. AEDT, with subsequent episodes airing on Tuesdays at 9:00 p.m. AEDT. Brady is largely recognised as the greatest player in NFL history, with no other player ever competing in as many Super Bowls or as many as he has. Beginning with Super Bowl XXXVI, when Brady took over as quarterback for the New England Patriots after star quarterback Drew Bledsoe was injured, the docuseries not only depicts the pivotal moments of each game, but also everything that leads up to them and defines Brady’s legacy as a world-class athlete. With the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Brady is in his 21st season in the NFL and is chasing his 11th Super Bowl participation. Every week, fans may watch at least six live NFL games, including four on Monday AEDT, plus Monday (Tuesday AEDT) and Thursday Night Football (Friday AEDT) — as well as every game of the NFL postseason and Super Bowl LVI LIVE on ESPN, which is available via Kayo.
What exactly the series is about
Starting with the remarkable Super Bowl 36 run that created the TB12 era in the NFL, each episode of the Tom Brady docuseries covers one of Brady’s ten Super Bowl appearances. Each episode includes conversations and insights with Brady, as well as individuals who have had a significant impact on his career. Drew Bledsoe, Julian Edelman, Rob Gronkowski, Bill O’Brien, Wes Welker, Randy Moss, and Peyton Manning are among the players that have been interviewed.(Note the glaring absence of Bill Belichick.) In a press statement, Brady commented, “This series demonstrates what an unbelievable experience it has been for me these past 22 years and the incredible people who have affected me on this amazing ride.”
Nine Super Bowl appearances in 20 years is an unrivalled record,” said Connor Schell, executive producer of ESPN Films, of the series.”Gotham Chopra is a highly capable filmmaker, and I am confident that he can bring this storey of a legend to life in a new and enlightening way,” Tom Brady says of the chance to work with him as he reflects on each of those nine season-long visits and the pivotal moments that distinguished them.
The series will be available on the ESPN+ streaming service in the United States, as well as on the Australian platform Kayo, starting at 8 p.m. tonight. Every Tuesday at 9 p.m., through January 18, each episode will air on Kayo.
Details about the episodes
Each episode will be followed by “Inside the Arena,” a behind-the-scenes look and discussion of the previous show, which will also be available to watch live on ESPN+. Former Patriots linebacker Tedy Bruschi and NFL commentator Field Yates will headline the event. Another post-show wrap-up, “After the Arena,” will broadcast on Wednesdays via the ESPN App and ESPN’s Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube accounts. Shae Cornette, Jason Fitz, and Skubie Mageza will present the show.In addition to the streaming content, Gotham Chopra’s “Man in the Arena” audio series will be available on podcasting sites on Nov. 16.
- Nov. 23 Episode 1 8 p.m. AEDT
- Nov. 23 Episode 2 9 p.m. AEDT
- Nov. 30 Episode 3 9 p.m. AEDT
- Dec. 7 Episode 4 9 p.m. AEDT
- Dec. 14 Episode 5 9 p.m. AEDT
- Dec. 21 Episode 6 9 p.m. AEDT
- Dec. 28 Episode 7 9 p.m. AEDT
- Jan. 4 Episode 8 9 p.m. AEDT
- Jan. 11 Episode 9 9 p.m. AEDT
- Jan. 18 Episode 10 9 p.m. AEDT
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