Tom Brady might be on TV more than the 17 planned appearances as the Bucs quarterback this fall. Charlie Collier, CEO of Fox Entertainment, shared the news that the network has an upcoming television project with the future Hall of Famer and seven-time Super Bowl champion, according to a report on Deadline.com.
Collier revealed that the Fox network was working with Brady but wouldn’t offer up any more details. “We also have an unscripted project with Tom Brady, yes, that Tom Brady,” he said.
Deadline.com reports that the project might be produced by Love Is Blind and Married At First Sight producer Kinetic Content. The show will probably be produced by Brady’s production company, 199 Productions. That company is named after Brady being the 199th player selected in the 2000 NFL Draft by New England.
Over the years, Brady has made several TV appearances from hosting Saturday Night Live to The Simpsons to Family Guy to the reality series Tom vs. Time.
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