Netflix’s ‘Quarterback’ Has Been Renewed For A Second Season

Marcus Mariota, Kirk Cousins, and Patrick Mahomes

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Update 2:

Rams QB Matthew Stafford season 2 of the Netflix series ‘Quarterback’, according to Jake Ellenbogen ofTurfShowTimes.

Update 1:

A number of NFL quarterbacks have rejected doing Season 2 of Netflix’s Quarterback,  so far it’s known that the following won’t participate:

* Bears Justin Fields
* Ravens Lamar Jackson
* Eagles Jalen Hurts
* Jaguars Trevor Lawrence
* Dolphins Tua Tagovailoa
* Raiders QB Jimmy Garoppolo
* Cowboys Dak Prescott
* Giants Daniel Jones (per report by Boomer Esiason)
* Commanders Sam Howell

Chargers QB Justin Herbert recently said he hasn’t been approached about it and he doesn’t think he’ll be an interesting fit.

Original Story:

Peyton Manning, the executive producer of the docuseries Quarterback revealed on The Pat McAfee Show that Netflix has officially renewed the NFL show for a second season.

While Netflix has yet to make an official announcement, Manning’s confirmation has sparked excitement among fans. Manning expressed his enthusiasm for the upcoming season and hinted at the possibility of featuring more quarterbacks in the series.

Quarterback premiered on July 12th and quickly gained popularity, consistently ranking among the top ten shows on Netflix.

According to the Sports Business Journal, the debut of the series marked the fastest start for any Netflix sports documentary series.

Co-produced by NFL Films, the show followed the journeys of three NFL quarterbacks during the 2022 season: Patrick Mahomes, Kirk Cousins, and Marcus Mariota.

The show already delivered iconic lines that went viral on social media.

The positive response from viewers and the show’s impressive performance have likely contributed to Netflix’s decision to renew “Quarterback” for another season.

Fans now eagerly await an official announcement from the streaming platform regarding the renewal and the quarterbacks who will be featured in the upcoming season.

Considering the New York Jets’ resistance to HBO’s “Hard Knocks,” it can be assumed that Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers will not be involved in the series.

As anticipation builds for the second season, football enthusiasts are eager to see which quarterbacks will take center stage in “Quarterback” once again.