Tom Brady Docuseries Coming

May 21st, 2020

Remember when Tom Brady launched a video production company?

Well, it looks it found a job — working on its favorite subject.

Listeners to the Ira Kaufman Podcast know The Sage of Tampa Bay Sports also collects checks from The Hollywood Reporter, and per that publication, ESPN is buying a docuseries on Brady’s career co-produced by Brady’s new production company.

Man in the Arena supposed to focus on the key moments of his career and air in 2021.

“This compelling and powerful show will entertain, inspire and have you on the edge of your seat. We can’t wait to share it with the world,” Brady said.

Joe has no doubt this means production crews will be around the Buccaneers in some way this year. Brady’s production team is smart enough to know that not filming the Bucs would be a disaster if they happened to have a very strong or Super Bowl season in 2020.

Hopefully, nobody wearing pewter and red is filmed humping a palm tree.

7 Responses to “Tom Brady Docuseries Coming”

  1. stpetebucsfan Says:

    I absolutely have no problem with this. It’s America and if someone wants to continue “branding” themselves fine.

    But I’m too freaking old I guess. I was raised in a generation that abhorred tooting your own horn. That has clearly passed.

    When it’s done I might watch the Buc portion but the rest will bore me.

  2. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Docuseries producing, park-violating, home-invading Bucs quarterback Tom Brady

  3. Bird Says:


    Docuseries producing, 6 championship Ring wearing , super model banging, goat
    Labeled , Tommy boy

  4. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    Camera crews are around them anyway for The Current, a Bucs produced web show.

  5. CPN Says:

    Seems dumb, but oh well.

  6. Rob In Land O Lakes Says:

    SPBF wrote: “That Time clearly has passed”. Oh c’mon! “St. Pete Bucs Fan: The Man in the Burg!” – Nice ring to it.. don’t you think? 🙂

  7. Swampbuc Says:

    Gronkowski all over the tube…..Brady pimping immune system homeomeds and so interested in outside businesses…..too many distractions. This is smelling like failure for the Bucs.