ESPN+’s Tom Brady Docuseries Now Also Streaming on Disney+ and Hulu

By Jessica Lerner 

You no longer need an ESPN+ subscription to watch the first nine episodes of Tom Brady‘s documentary series, Man in the Arena: Tom Brady, in which the footballer talks about his career and Super Bowl appearances.

Disney+ and Hulu subscribers can also now watch the first nine episodes of Man in the Arena on those respective platforms, for “a limited time,” Disney said today.

Later this month, ESPN+ will air Man in the Arena’s 10th and final episode.


Brady and other noteworthy figures examine the landmarks of his storied NFL career in Man in the Arena, excavating the psychological and emotional landscape of each triumph and failure. Beginning with Super Bowl 36, when Brady took over as quarterback for the New England Patriots after star quarterback Drew Bledsoe was injured, each episode focuses on a particular Super Bowl game. The episodes portray not just the important events, but also everything that led up to them, displaying a sequence of tiny steps that appear minor at the time, but when seen in retrospect, reveal the distance covered. For Religion of Sports, ESPN, NFL Films, 199 Productions and Gotham Chopra are co-producing the docuseries.

Subscribers must choose the highest content rating restriction in Parental Controls to watch Man in the Arena on Disney+. Episodes of Man in the Arena will not be accessible on Kids Profiles on Disney+ or Hulu.