Peyton Manning’s New ESPN+ Show ‘Peyton’s Places’ Helps Celebrate NFL’s 100th Season And Looks Awesome AF

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Peyton Manning is one of the best quarterbacks in NFL history, but he’s actually just as entertaining in front of the camera or a mic as he was tossin’ around the ol’ pigskin. That’s one of the reasons why so many networks are hoping to snag the future Hall of Famer for their broadcast booth, because Manning delivers football expertise with wit, dad humor and a knowledge of the game like no one else.

While we’ll all wait to see if Peyton Manning eventually ends up in a broadcast booth, one thing we don’t need to wait for is seeing him in front of the camera. That’s because, thanks to exclusive new programming from ESPN+, Manning’s getting his own original series called “Peyton’s Places,” which pays tribute to the 100th season of NFL football — and the show looks both awesome, unique and hilarious.

According to the official press release from ESPN, Peyton Manning’s new show is a 30-part documentary that revisits “seminal moments in NFL history through conversations with former players, coaches and other key figures about football history and its cultural impact.” The series, which is produced by NFL Films in collaboration with ESPN+, will debut on Monday, July 15 of this year, with Part 1 available exclusively on the leading direct-to-consumer sports streaming service ESPN+. Parts 2-5 will debut in subsequent months through January 2020.

Here’s a quick little teaser from ESPN PR’s Twitter account detailing the new Peyton Manning show, “Peyton’s Places”.

This is pretty awesome, and something that should have football fans everywhere excited about. Just hearing Peyton Manning himself talk about the in-depth documentary is amazing.

“This is a journey through 100 years of history, visiting the people and places that have made the NFL what it is. From throwing a football off a skyscraper to re-enacting the Immaculate Reception and running Elvis Presley’s football plays, every episode on ESPN+ will surprise even the most die-hard fan.”

Remember, though, to get the new show, “Peyton’s Places”, you’ll need ESPN+, which has become the go-to destination for sports content thanks to the exclusivity and detail in the series and events produced. Plus, here’s a friendly reminder that ESPN+ is only $4.99 meaning you can get all the content you want from the sport without committing too much.

Repeat: ESPN+ is only $4.99 a month!

We’ve got a feeling you’ll want to stick around with the streaming service for just $4.99/month, though, because ESPN+ has loads of exclusive content that you’ll want at your fingertips.


If you’re a sports fan, ask yourself if some of the highlights that will be featured on “Peyton’s Places” sound intriguing to watch, because, trust us, these are sure to be awesome to see.

  • Peyton and Joe Namath re-watch the coaching film from Super Bowl III during a game of pool
  • While eating crabs in Baltimore, Ray Lewis and Peyton discuss the evolution of NFL defenses
  • In Houston, Peyton compares Texans All-Pro J.J. Watt to old-school game-wreckers of past generations
  • Peyton and his brother Eli, the Giants’ two-time Super Bowl-winning quarterback, visit the kitchen where the Lombardi Trophy was created from a box of Corn Flakes
  • Peyton and Mel Kiper Jr. review Kiper’s library of Draft Guides, exploring how the ESPN NFL Draft guru helped turn a “boring” business meeting into great television
  • Peyton tries to solve the mystery of “The Immaculate Reception” by re-creating the play with help from Terry Bradshaw, Franco Harris and others
  • Peyton learns how to play both ways like Sammy Baugh from Hall of Fame defensive back Deion Sanders

Those are just some of the highlights from the new Peyton Manning show on ESPN+, “Peyton’s Places”, so make sure you get the streaming service for yourself in order to take in some of the in-depth coverage and action that the former quarterback will be giving viewers. Plus, with a price of just $4.99/month or $49.99/yearl, what’s stopping you from getting streaming sports coverage like you’ve never had before?


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