Tom Brady set to release intimate docuseries 'Tom Vs. Time' on Facebook Watch

Photo: Religion Of Sports/Dirty Robber

Photo: Religion Of Sports/Dirty Robber

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady looks to peel back a layer in a new docuseries titled Tom Vs Time. Presented by Religion of Sports, it will be available exclusively on Facebook Watch, Facebook's video content platform. 

Directed by Gotham Chopra, the docuseries was filmed during the Patriots' 2016 championship season. It provides an intimate look at Brady's life, focusing on his life at home and off-season training regimen. Appearances come from his wife Gisele Bundchen, three children, Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels, teammates Julian Edelman, and Danny Amendola, and others. Each episode is expected to be around 15 minutes long.

“I have thought for many years how cool it would be to show fans other aspects of my life and interact with them in a different way,” Brady said in a press statement. “I have been a part of features in magazines, newspapers and TV shows, but I’ve never tried anything like what we decided to do with this docu-series. I hope fans enjoy seeing what we captured.”

According to Chopra, the release of Tom vs. Time depends on the Patriots' play off run. In the meantime, you can get a taste of what to expect by watching the trailer below. 

Since launching last summer, Facebook Watch has become home to various sports-related shows such as Ball In The Family and Backcourt Wade

In other Brady news, he recently launched an app for The TB12 Method.