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Two of the greatest athletes in modern sports history. Two figures that have combined for nine titles and transcend the sports world.

The NFL’s Tom Brady and NBA’s LeBron James are finally teaming up. It won’t be on the football field or basketball court. Rather, it will be as producers for the upcoming Apple TV+ documentary series “Greatness Code.”

Apple announced on Wednesday that James’ Uninterrupted and Brady’s Religion of sports will act as co-production companies for the seven-part series set to debut on the streaming service July 10.

Gotham Chopra, who had previously worked with Brady and is well-respected within the entertainment industry, will direct the series.

Season 1 will see each episode focus on an important event that defined an athlete’s career.

Among those set to be featured are James, Brady, U.S. women’s soccer star Alex Morgan, athlete Usain Bolt and snowboarder Shaun White, among others.

Vincent Frank
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