Tom Brady on ‘Tom vs. Time’ Sports Emmy win: ‘Proud and humbled’
The documentary “Tom vs. Time” edged out some excellent competition to win an award on Monday night, and Tom Brady was left “proud and humbled” over the recognition.
The Sports Emmys were held Monday night and “Tom vs. Time,” a Facebook documentary that allowed viewers an unprecedented behind-the-scenes look into the New England Patriots quarterback’s life, won the award for Outstanding Serialized Sports Documentary.
Brady took to Twitter to react to the Gotham Chopra-directed doc receiving the award.
Proud and humbled. Find your deepest purpose. https://t.co/I9jF7Szni6— Tom Brady (@TomBrady) May 21, 2019
“Tom vs. Time” was a six-episode docuseries that aired on Facebook in early 2018. The inside look into what goes into Brady’s regimented approach to training and preparation — not to mention a peek at his home life — was well received and featured some candid and revelatory statements from the documentary’s subject.
“Tom vs. Time” emerged victorious at the Sports Emmys by beating out HBO’s documentary on Serena Williams titled “Being Serena,” ESPN+’s “Quest for the Stanley Cup,” and Prime Video’s “All or Nothing” series, which featured profiles of the Dallas Cowboys and Manchester City F.C.