SHOWTIME Releases First Look at ‘100%: Julian Edelman’
SHOWTIME has released a first look at its upcoming documentary 100%: JULIAN EDELMAN, premiering Friday, June 28 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on-air, streaming and on demand. The film offers a never-before-seen look inside Julian Edelman’s underdog journey from major injury and NFL suspension to Super Bowl MVP in 2019. To watch and share this 30-second promo, go to: https://s.sho.com/2wSemcs
Narrated by acclaimed actor Michael Rapaport, 100% is an intimate, behind-the-scenes look at the three-time Super Bowl Champion during a critical juncture in his life. After a dramatic victory in Super Bowl 51, Edelman suffered a devastating knee injury that forced him to miss the entirety of the 2017 season. The film joins Edelman as he attempts to overcome the challenge of a season-ending surgery and PED suspension all while exposing the unorthodox origins that built him into one of the NFL’s most affable stars.
100%: JULIAN EDELMAN enters into Edelman’s inner circle of family, friends and fellow football players while traversing the complex relationship between a father and a son who sacrifice everything to make it to the NFL. The film features original conversations with everyone from Mark Wahlberg to Snoop Dogg, Tom Brady, Michael Strahan, and Deion Sanders.
Written by Assaf Swissa and director Kyler Schelling, 100%: JULIAN EDELMAN is the first feature produced by Swissa and Edelman. It is the latest in a series of unscripted programming from SHOWTIME Sports Documentary Films that spotlights contemporary subject matter. Additional titles in the lineup include the 2017 Sports Emmy® Award-winning DISGRACED, the multi-part series SHUT UP AND DRIBBLE, BIPOLAR ROCK ‘N’ ROLLER, THE RESURGENCE: DeMARCUS COUSINS, and QUIET STORM: THE RON ARTEST STORY, exploring the turbulent life of one of the NBA’s most controversial figures.
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WARNING: The clip below is NSFW due to language.