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ESPN + is set to warm up the summer with its latest announcement of original new programming. The company has unveiled plans for four shows that will air new content in the coming months. New episodes are on the way since: “Quest for the Stanley Cup”, “Bettor Days”, “Peyton’s Places” and “Man in the Arena: Tom Brady”.

The announcement took center stage during Tuesday’s Disney Upfront presentation, with a focus on all of the new voices joining the ‘Peyton’s Places’ expansion. Hosts Abby Wambach, David Ortiz, Eli Manning, Vince Carter and Ronda Rousey take on their respective sports in the Emmy-nominated series.. Peyton Manning spearheaded the show’s popularity two years ago for the NFL’s 100th season. Abby Wambach gets the first crack in a non-Manning episode when “Abby’s Places” debuts on July 7.

The first on the schedule is “Stanley Cup Quest”. A seven-part documentary series following the top NHL teams on their way to a championship premiere on June 7.

Mike Greenberg returns for the next first date on the show, the second season of “Bettor Days,” where Greenberg relives the true gaming adventures of the punters who made every bet. A tale from the first season brought to light the Cincinnati Bengals fan who lived on the rooftop of his restaurant until Cincinnati won their first game of the 2019 season. That first victory only came on the 1st. December against Greenberg’s favorite team, the New York Jets.

The new original lineup is complemented by “Man in the Arena: Tom Brady”. Brady deconstructs the milestones of his legendary career, tapping into the psychological and emotional terrain of every win and loss. The only seven-time Super Bowl champion in history will share memories of his 10 Super Bowl appearances.

ESPN continues to make ESPN + a driving force for the company’s future success and has grown the platform to over 12.1 million paying subscribers.

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