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Quarterback Season 2: Will The Docu-Series Return For a Second Season?

Posted on the 17 June 2024 by Jitender Sharma

A sports documentary series, Quarterback, earned immense popularity and anticipation for a second season, following its release in 2023. So, in this article, we have covered every detail about Quarterback Season 2 including its release date, cast, and other updates.

Quarterback, an American television documentary series, premiered on the streaming giant, Netflix. Partnered by the National Football League with the streaming service, the sports docu-series was produced by NFL Films, Omaha Productions, and 2 AM Productions. Following the first season premiere, Quarterback was highly anticipated for a second season. 

About Quarterback

Quarterback, which made its debut on July 12, 2023, is an American television documentary series, developed by the streaming giant, Netflix. Features renowned quarterbacks like Patrick Mahomes, Kirk Cousins, and Marcus Mariota, Quarterback offers a combination of football insights and on-field action with personal lives, challenges, and triumphs with a unique blend for professional football players. The first season attracted popularity and set a higher anticipation for a second season.

Since the debut season, Quarterback garnered widespread acclaim and cultivated a devoted fanbase in 2023, the acclaimed docu-series, as of 2024, is set to receive a sequel, Receiver. Although the Initial reports in early 2024, claimed the production of the second season of Quarterback; however, it now appears that attention has shifted towards Receiver, a forthcoming series which will explore the lives of NFL wide receivers and tight ends. The latest sequel announcement has brought higher anticipation among enthusiasts since Receiver will be following the Quarterback premise and a new direction of a sports documentary series.

Will there be a Quarterback Season 2?

Quarterback Season 2: Will The Docu-Series Return For a Second Season?Source: Netflix

In 2023, one of the series’ producers, Peyton Manning, confirmed about the production of Quarterback Season 2. However, in the announcement, the producer also stated about the problems the series is facing in its production. His statement read,

We’re excited. We’re hoping [for] more quarterbacks. It’s easier to say yes. I don’t want to hear it’s going to be a distraction, because that’s not true. Patrick Mahomes proved that, right? Kirk Cousins proved that. Marcus [Mariota], the way he handled that, he proved that, right? To be honest with you, I’ve had discussions with those guys,

I’m not sure there is going to be a season. I’m not sure there isn’t. I’m not sure. I’m just more focused on the San Francisco 49ers, to be honest with you than anything going on off the field so I’ll just leave it at that, I guess.

Is There a Release date for Quarterback Season 2?

Quarterback Season 2, which will be the follow-up of the Patrick Mahomes 2023 series, has received a sequel titled “Receiver.” Created by NFL Films, Omaha Productions, and 2 PM Productions, the second season of Quarterback is set to make its debut on July 10, 2024.

The forthcoming season, Receiver, will narrate the life story of five receivers, who have a unique personality, skill set, and motivation.

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Who will be in the cast of Quarterback Season 2?

As of 2024, the cast of Quarterback Season 2 are, 

PlayerPositionTeam

Amon-Ra St. BrownReceiverDetroit Lions

Justin JeffersonReceiverMinnesota Vikings

Davante AdamsReceiverLas Vegas Raiders

Deebo SamuelReceiverSan Francisco 49ers

George KittleTight EndSan Francisco 49ers

Is There a Trailer for Quarterback Season 2?

The sequel of Quarterback, Receiver, received its trailer on June 13, 2024. The trailer was released via its streaming service, Netflix, along with a synopsis of the forthcoming documentary series that read, “Relive the 2023 NFL season through the eyes of five of the best pass catchers in the league. Go inside the huddle and outside the lines with Davante Adams, Justin Jefferson, George Kittle, Deebo Samuel, and Amon-Ra St. Brown to see what it takes to stay always open.“

Source: Netflix

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