Netflix is now working on a new PGA Tour docuseries so that golf fans can see more of their favorite professional golfers. Aside from the giant golf organizer, the PGA of America, the USGA, the R&A, and the Augusta National Golf Club will also make produce the new docuseries.
Their help is much needed since they are the governing bodies of the four men's major championships (Masters Tournament, U.S. Open, The Open Championship, and the PGA Championship).
The upcoming sports television show is expected to cover the entire 2022 golf season. Aside from the mentioned organizations above, some big names in the golf industry will also appear in the Netflix PGA Tour docuseries.
Netflix PGA Tour Docuseries
According to Engadget's latest report, some of the major golf winners will take part in the upcoming Netflix PGA Tour docuseries. These include Justin Thomas, Brooks Koepka, Jordan Spieth, Sergio Garcia, Dustin Johnson, as well as Collin Morikawa.
"We are thrilled to bring golf's leading organizations and players together for this first-of-its-kind partnership and an unparalleled window into life on the Tour," said Netflix's VP Brandon Riegg.
He added that he and his team are enjoying knowing more about the professional golf players, the iconic venues, and other personalities within the golf sports industry.
On the other hand, Box To Box Films, the media company behind "Formula 1: Drive to Survive" Netflix docuseries, will work with PGA Tour and Vox Media Studios to produce the new golf docuseries.
Netflix Also Working on Other Shows
Aside from the upcoming PGA Tour docuseries, Netflix is also quite busy working on new shows. Comicbook reported that giant streaming platform would also release a live-action series of "One Piece," an adventure anime.
This is not the first time that Netflix has worked on an anime live-action series. It also announced that a new live-action version of "Cowboy Bebop" will also arrive. However, the series was suddenly canceled.
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Written by: Griffin Davis