NFL Legend Michael Strahan and Tom Brady teaming up for a new TV show “Religion of sports” on AT&T’s Audience Network.
The series will reportedly examine the cultural and often spiritual impact in regions around the world. Initially each six hour-long episodes put the light on places and situations where sports and athletes have affected cultures and aspects of society that aren’t just about Super Bowl victories or fights in the hockey rink. Till now it appears that nothing football-related will cover in this show.
The series created by Gotham Chopra as well as Brady and Strahan will air in November at 8 p.m. Christopher Long, Bart Peters, Constance Schwartz-Morini, Martin Desmond Roe and Chris Uettwiller will exec produce alongside Brady, Strahan and Chopra.
Besides football Brady had appeared in some shows as well. Family Guy and Entourage, big screen version of the HBO series and Ted 2. Whereas Strahan is hosting Good morning America and The $100,000 Pyramid.
Sharing his life Berdy said “I’ll never forget watching ‘The Catch’ in Candlestick Park with my dad. I was 4 years old, in awe of it all. In a lot of ways, I’ve dedicated my life to replicating that feeling. Now, playing on the same stage as my childhood idols, I’m fortunate to have a pretty unique perspective on football and the sports world. 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.”, “