Tom Brady Is Teaming Up with Michael Strahan for a TV Show
It looks like Tom Brady will be keeping busy as he serves out his four-game suspension to start the season.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, the Patriots quarterback is teaming up with former Giants star and newly minted Good Morning America host Michael Strahan to create a new documentary show on AT&T’s Audience Network.
The series, titled Religion of Sports, will reportedly examine the cultural and sometimes spiritual impact of athletics around the world. From NASCAR racing to mixed martial arts, each of the six hourlong episodes will focus on a different sport and how it affects people on a deeper level than just as pure entertainment.
“I can think of no better vehicle than Religion of Sports to share some of what I’ve learned and dig a little deeper into that feeling, the sort of spiritual experience that sports creates for players and fans alike,” Brady told the Hollywood Reporter.
Filmmaker Gotham Chopra, son of Deepak Chopra, will also be joining Brady and Strahan as both a creator and an executive producer on the docuseries.
While Religion of Sports sounds interesting, it’s hard to imagine Brady getting super spiritual like Gisele. So if the show ends up being a dud, we can all blame Roger Goodell for letting the Patriots star have too much free time on his hands.
‘Religion of Sports’ premieres on Wednesday, November 15, at 8 p.m.