Tom Brady, Unscripted: Fox Network is referring to the upcoming reality show featuring the Buccaneers quarterback
Tom Brady, Unscripted: Fox Network Refers to Upcoming Reality Show Featuring Buccaneers Quarterback After His Seventh Super Bowl Victory
- Bucs QB Tom Brady is working with Fox Network on a new reality show
- The network released a statement on Monday indicating that a project exists with the seven-time Super Bowl champion, but failed to provide details.
- The 43-year-old previously had his own reality show on Facebook in 2018
- ESPN also has plans to release a Tom Brady docuseries: ‘The Man in the Arena’
- Brady hopes to practice at minicamp next month after recent knee surgery
Tom Brady is no longer satisfied with one TV appearance a week and is now reportedly working with Fox Network on a new reality show.
The network released a statement on Monday indicating the existence of a project with the seven-time Super Bowl champion, but failed to provide details.
“We also have a project without a script with Tom Brady,” said Charlie Collier, CEO of Fox Entertainment. “Yes, that Tom Brady.”
Tom Brady # 12 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers celebrates with Gisele Bundchen after winning Super Bowl LV at Raymond James Stadium on Feb. 7 in Tampa, Florida. Brady is no longer satisfied with one TV appearance a week and is now reportedly working with Fox Network on a new reality show
Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady (left) and quarterback Ryan Griffin after a boat parade to celebrate victory in Super Bowl LV against the Kansas City Chiefs
‘Love Is Blind’ and ‘Married at First Sight’ TV production company Kinetic Content may be working on the show, according to Deadline.com, which also reports that Brady’s production company, 199 Productions, is also likely involved.
Brady, 43, is already one of the most visible athletes in sports history.
Aside from his seven NFL titles with the New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, he previously had a reality show on Facebook showing off his home life with his supermodel wife Gisele Bundchen and his three kids. He also has his own wellness brand, TB12, and will be the subject of an upcoming ESPN documentary entitled ‘The Man in the Arena: Tom Brady’.
Brady celebrates with his daughter Vivian during the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Super Bowl boat parade on Feb. 10
Brady is aiming to compete in Buc’s minicamp next month after recent knee surgery, but coach Bruce Arians is not pressuring him to return anytime soon.
‘I said to him,’ Take it easy, ” Arians told reporters on Friday. ‘He wants to get his arm in shape and he has to take his time on that leg. You throw as much with your legs as with your arm. He knows it like this: “Just take your time and make sure you’re right.”
Brady was interviewed on the Hodinkee radio podcast earlier last week and described his knee surgery as ‘serious’.
“I had some pretty serious knee surgery off-season, the first surgery I’ve had in about 12 years,” Brady said. ‘I was very curious how it would go, because it just cost a lot last year. Every week I took care of my knee, and I thought I’d like to see a season where I can focus on some other strength stuff I want to do, some other technical stuff where I’m not just focused on protecting my knee the whole time.
So from that point of view, it’s been pretty intense off-season as it’s been six and a half weeks since I’ve dealt with the rehab process. The season lasted quite a long time, of course until February. It’s just now that I get the feeling that the low season is on. And I’m going to blink and the low season is over. ‘
Brady previously tore the ACL in that same knee in 2008, missing all but one game that season.