WATCH: Tom Brady Shares New Trailer For 'Man In The Arena' Docuseries

By Jason Hall

September 14, 2021

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Tom Brady shared the new trailer for his upcoming ESPN+ docuseries Man in the Arena on Monday (September 13) night.

The trailer features several new glimpses of the highly anticipated series, including analysis of his early New England Patriots tenure, as well as perspective from his wife, supermodel Giselle Bündchen, former Patriots teammate Drew Bledsoe and former New York Giants Super Bowl XLII opponent Michael Strahan.

"Coming this November to @ESPNPlus#ManInTheArena," Brady tweeted along with the 30-second trailer.

The network, which looks to capitalize off the success of 2020 docuseries The Last Dance chronicling Michael Jordan and the 1997-98 Chicago Bulls, referred to the upcoming Brady feature as "groundbreaking" in a press release obtained by Boston.com in May.

“Tom deconstructs the milestones of his legendary career, mining the psychological and emotional terrain of each victory and defeat,” ESPN wrote. “Each episode focuses on a single Super Bowl appearance and centers not just on the pivotal moments, but everything that leads to them, illustrating the series of small steps that seem insignificant at the time, but when reflected upon, show the distance traveled.”

ESPN had previously released a longer trailer of the upcoming docuseries chronicling Brady earlier this year.

Brady is coming off another stellar performance against the Dallas Cowboys in Week 1, throwing for 379 yards, four touchdowns and two interceptions -- one coming on a halftime Hail Mary pass -- on 32 of 50 passing.

Trailing by one point with 1:24 left in the fourth quarter, the 44-year-old quarterback led the Tampa Bay Buccaneers down the field to set up a 36-yard field goal by Ryan Succop that propelled the Bucs to a 31-29 win last Thursday (September 9).

The seven-time Super Bowl champion is now 775 yards away from Drew Brees' league record of 80,356 career passing yards and is expected to break the record prior to the November release of Man in the Arena.

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