Final five episodes remaining in season-long series; All previous episodes available to binge anytime.
The ESPN+ original series Peyton’s Places, the 30-episode documentary hosted by Peyton Manning, continues with weekly episodes debuting through the conclusion of the NFL postseason.
The football-themed Peyton’s Places series is produced by NFL Films in collaboration with ESPN+ and is part of the year-long celebration of the National Football League’s 100th season. It debuted in July exclusively on ESPN+ and the first 25 episodes are available for streaming anytime.
In the next five episodes (eps. 26-30), Peyton hits golf balls with his favorite rival, Tom Brady, explores Elvis Presley’s touch football playbook, discusses the quarterback position with NFL Hall of Famers, investigates the history of the NFL’s championship game and visits the busts of NFL legends in Canton, Ohio.
Episode 26 – Tom Brady (January 4): Peyton and his favorite rival, Tom Brady, hit golf balls in Jim Nantz’s backyard and reminisce about their epic battles.
Episode 27 – Elvis Presley (January 12): Peyton visits Graceland in Memphis, where Jerry Schilling, the man who considers Elvis Presley his best friend, shares how “The King” drew up an entire playbook worth of football plays.
Episode 28 – The Art of the Quarterback (January 19): Peyton discusses the intricacies of quarterbacking with some of the greatest to ever play the position, including Brady, Brett Favre, Dan Marino, Joe Montana, Joe Namath and Steve Young.
Episode 29 – The Super Bowl (January 26): Peyton chronicles the history of the NFL’s championship game and how Namath made it super.
Episode 30 – The Final Destination (February 2): Peyton connects with Terry Bradshaw and others who have brought championships to their cities, and he stops in Canton, Ohio, to spend time with the busts of NFL legends.
Peyton’s Places: Volume 5 (February 16 at 2:30 p.m. ET on ABC)
The series’ final compilation show, Peyton’s Places: Volume 5, will debut Sunday, February 16, at 2:30 p.m. ET on ABC. Hosted by Trey Wingo, the 30-minute program will feature highlights from episodes 25-30.
About Peyton’s Places
Peyton’s Places offers a fun, insightful tour through 100 years of football, following the sport and the league’s rise to an American cultural touchstone. For nearly a year, Peyton crisscrossed the country, visiting the people and places that have played an important part in the making of the NFL – highlighting memorable events, teams, players and trends over the past century. Peyton and NFL Films producers chose the people, places and stories in the series.
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