Apple has just announced the documentary of sports short-form “Greatness Code” of Uninterrupted, Religion of Sports and the filmmaker Gotham Chopra will be released worldwide on the 10th of July in Apple TV+
The first full season with stories of the recognized athletes LeBron James, Tom Brady, Alex Morgan, Shaun White, Usain Bolt and more athletes.
This week, Apple TV+ is grabbing all the attention. And it is not for less. After knowing that it is coming to an agreement for the purchase of a package of audiovisual content productions old to join the library currently offers, and get exclusive the new film from Tom Hanks, this time the news is the incorporation of a new documentary.
After the arrival of the documentary of The History of the Beastie Boys, and the docuseries Houses and avant-garde Visibility: LGBTI in the tv, Apple today announced Greatness Code, a documentary series of short format co-produced by Uninterrupted and Religion of Sports, and directed by Gotham Chopra (who already was involved in the direction of another documentary series ‘Religion of Sports’ and ‘Kobe Bryant”s Muse’). “Greatness Code” will join the list of award-winning programming of Apple and will debut worldwide on July 10, exclusively in Apple TV +.
‘Greatness Code’ is not the only sports content that will be within Apple TV+: there is another series that is in production called Swagger, and is centered in the life of the NBA player Kevin Durant.
Greatness Code, a documentary sports never seen
“Greatness Code” is a number without a script short-form, which highlights untold stories of the world’s best athletes. The first season is developed with seven mini-episodes, each of which examines a crucial moment that defined the career of an athlete. The athletes revered internationally presented in the first season include:
- LeBron James: Four times MVP of the NBA, three time NBA champion and two-time olympic gold medalist
- Tom Brady: Six times champion of the Super Bowl and four times MVP of the Super Bowl
- Alex Morgan: Olympic gold medalist and co-captain of the soccer women’s national team of the usa. UU.
- Shaun White, olympic gold medalist and record
- Usain Bolt: The fastest man in the world and the eight times olympic champion
- Katie Ledecky: The five-times olympic gold medalist and 15-times world champion in swimming
- Kelly Slater: 11 times world champion surfer