America’s Team “The Dallas Cowboys” has partnered with NFL films for a return to Hard Knocks on HBO & HBO Max. The team is set to debut as this year’s featured backstage & unfiltered behind the scenes access to showcase how an Iconic franchise prepares for a season.
Though this is not the first time the team will appear on national TV but third as it previously featured in 2002 as well as 2008. The documentary series will follow the team for five weeks of training camp in Oxnard CA, utilizing a 30-person crew from NFL films.
The crew will have access to all players and coach’s facilities. Ken Rodgers, coordinator and producer of Hard Rocks stated “I’m sure the Cowboys want to put their difficult season behind them more than anyone”.
Looking to rebound from a though 2020 season falling short of the play offs with a record of (6-10) that was led by new coach Mike McCarthy. Additionally, after team star and now the highest payee athlete in the NFL Dak Prescott suffered horrifying almost career ending injury the show promises interesting storylines of new beginnings. Acclaimed as one of the best sports dramas shows on television for its production excellence.
In addition, its ability to the show case players human side of their day-to-day lives & dreams for the approaching season.
As all football fans will be watching Dak’s return from the dislocated ankle, stars Ezekiel Elliot, CeeDee Lamb, Amari Cooper and coaching staff are looking to get team and fans to believe in them and untimely improve their win-loss record.
The series will consist of five episodes with the hour-long Hard Knocks season premiere on Tuesday, August 10 (10.00pm Eastern) and final episode set for September 9.