Netflix on Wednesday announced a docu-series, in partnership with NFL, called Quarterback. The streaming company said that the series will follow Kansas City Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes, Minnesota Vikings’ Kirk Cousins and Marcus Mariota of the Atlanta Falcons. It will cover the three players’ journey in the recently concluded 2022 season.

Mahomes led his side to their second Super Bowl win in three years. The quarterback bagged the season MVP and Super Bowl MVP titles. The Chiefs beat the Philadelphia Eagles to win the finale in Arizona. Kirk Cousins engineers the biggest comeback in NFL history as he guided Minnesota Vikings to the NFL North Division title. Mariota made it as the starting QB for Atlanta.

“I’m excited for fans to get an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at an unforgettable season for the entire Chiefs organization and for my family,” Patrick Mahomes said. His 2PM Productions will produce the series along with NFL Films and Peyton Manning’s Omaha Productions.

“From welcoming home a new baby in the middle of the season to welcoming the Lombardi trophy back to Kansas City, our crew was there for it all. This new Netflix series will show the time, preparation and balance that it takes to be an NFL quarterback and perform on the biggest stage,” Mahomes added.

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When will the docu-series come out?

As per Netflix and NFL, it is scheduled to premiere in summer 2023.

Trailer, first look estimated date:

With the series scheduled for summer, the first look and teaser should be out soon. The trailers for docu-series on the platform are generally out a month to 40 days before the release. Netflix, however, has not made any official announcement yet.