Tom Brady is Getting a Six-Part Facebook Reality Show Called “Tom vs. Time”

Thomas Edward Patrick Brady, Jr., better known to the public as just Tom Brady, is a well-known American football quarterback who began playing with the New England Patriots in the year 2000. While he may be in the news due to his lack of or presence of arguments with other football players on his team, there is a recent report that you are going to have the opportunity to get more of him through Facebook in the very near future.

Tom Brady allowed Gotham Chopra, a documentary filmmaker, to have an in-depth look at his entire life. From this encounter, the show “Tom vs. Time” was born. This documentary is going to focus on the race against time that Brady is in. After all, there aren’t too many players who have been able to continue being successful as a quarterback when they reached the age of 40. There is no question that football is a passion of his, and he has stated that he would like to continue to play the game into his mid-40s. To date, most would agree that he has played and performed pretty well, especially considering it is his fourth decade on the planet Earth.

More About the Series Creation

Gotham, who is the son of Deepak Chopra, is credited with the creation of the series, which will be released in six-parts and air on the video platform Facebook Watch. While there are trailers available online now, the series is actually set to be released sometime in February of 2018.

What’s the Thought about the Series?

“New York Times” writer Mark Leibovich received an early look at what was going to happen during the series and stated that it has a few interesting moments. There is even a scene where Tom will relive the failure he faced during his Super Bowl attempt against the New York Giants. According to the writer, there is an extremely intense and fascinating scene where Brady appears to be in a zombie-like state as he stares at the computer screen watching the game – it is as if he has become linked to it as he watches. During the film, Brady states that he could watch football all day and go four or five hours a time without even getting up. Do you love football that much, too?

The Aging Factor

To date, there is no other athlete who has ever publicly fought the concept of getting older like Tom Brady is now doing. As a result, there are many who are really anticipating the release of this series. However, it does sound like there is quite a bit there and more to learn about this star athlete.If you are a Tom Brady fan, or just interested in what his life is really like, then this is a series worth checking out when it is released on Facebook in the coming month. If you’ve seen it, let us know what you thought of the film in the comments section below.



Leave a Reply

Trump White House Exposé Fire and Fury Will Be Adapted for TV
What is the Show “Gold Rush: White Water” About?
Five Current Shows You’ll Like if You Liked “Breaking Bad”
Peter Dinklage and Morgan Freeman Square Off in Teaser For Doritos Vs. Mountain Dew Super Bowl Ad
Joseph Gordon-Levitt Writes Beautiful Essay Defending Luke in “The Last Jedi”
Movies That Our Future Children Should Watch
The Top Five Denzel Washington Crying Scenes in Movies
Five Comic Book Movies That Truly Need a Reboot
Rick Moranis Sings “Turning Japanese” Lounge Style In Classic Clip From SCTV
Guy Performs The Star Wars Cantina Song On A Rubik’s Cube While Solving It
The Top Uses of Backstreet Boys Songs in Movie or TV
The Top Five Cranberries Songs of All-TIme
The Best True Professional Hockey Story of All-Time: Eddie Shore
DePaul Hoops Walk On is Becoming a Celebrity for his Bench Antics
Check out Shaq’s Tree of all The Rims He Tore Down in his Career
LaVar Ball’s New 16,000 Square Foot House Tour Will Annoy You Even More
Guy Builds 15-Minute Long ‘Aliens’ Themed Roller Coaster In Sim Game
Mom Confronts Son about Porn While He’s Live Streaming Video Games
Looks like the Game Boy Classic Edition is Making a Return
The Three Best VR Games of 2017 for Oculus Rift
Five Things You Didn’t Know About Emily V. Gordon
James Patterson’s Aaron Hernandez Book in the Works as a Film
The Craziest Lawsuit to Ever Enter the Life of Keanu Reeves
A Brief History of the USC Scripter Awards