Emmy® Nominated for Best Sports Documentary
Peabody Award Winner. It's the story of a school... of a city... and of life after death.
For three weeks during the NFL strike of 1987, “No-Names”, “Has-Beens”, and “Never-Would-Be’s” were plucked from obscurity for one last chance at football immortality. For the first time in the history of professional sports in America, replacement players would take the field. This was their shot at living the NFL dream. What they didn’t know was that their golden ticket would become a scarlet letter. Crossing the picket line to play in the NFL changed their lives, but not in the way they’d expected or hoped. For most of them, what was billed as the last shot at a dream became the final blow to their careers. The moment they crossed the picket line, they were no longer athletes; they were scabs. They were worse than replaceable. They were disposable.
6 x 60 Doc Series for Red Bull TV. We know greatness when we see it.
This is what happened when the middle of nowhere became the center of the universe...
When Osama Bin Laden was killed, a military working dog was part of the team on the ground, working alongside his handler to help capture him.