Tom Brady left the New England Patriots this offseason. He has entered a new chapter with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. ESPN finished “The Last Dance” and the story of Chicago Bulls legend Michael Jordan. Now they are off to a new documentary. It covers the greatest of all time. Brady earned every right to have his own documentary.
“Man in the Arena” is a nine-part series covering Brady’s time in Foxboro. It shares details of his journey with the New England Patriots. The documentary will premiere some time next year. ESPN, Brady’s production company, 199 Productions, and Gotham Chopra will produce the documentary as confirmed by Deadline. Chopra worked with the former Patriots quarterback on the “Tom vs. Time” project.
The trailer is officially out, and it sure gave us chills.
Tom Brady fans will enjoy his documentary
Connor Schell is the senior vice president and executive producer of ESPN Films & Original Content. He revealed that the documentary will have details of every trip Brady had to the nine Super Bowl appearances he made.
“Nine Super Bowl appearances over the course of 20 years is an achievement on an unmatched level,” he said. “We are thrilled to have the opportunity to work with Tom Brady as he reflects on each of those nine, season-long journeys and the pivotal moments that defined them. Gotham Chopra is a highly skilled filmmaker who I am confident will bring to life this story of an icon in a new and revealing way.”
Brady left the Patriots after two decades. He is off to a fresh start with the Bucs. He is ready to fit into the new organization. The Patriots are ready to use a different starter. Jarrett Stidham is next in the line to start games.
Brady’s departure triggered an avalanche of reactions. We have heard so many stories about the reasons he had to make such a big move. The Patriots have nothing but respect for the quarterback who helped them win six Super Bowls. Brady respects the organization and everyone in it. Both sides are entering a new era, and Brady is set to return to Foxboro in 2021.