Put Tom Brady up for an award, and there’s a pretty darn good shot he’s taking home the hardware. Not just on the football field, either — now the quarterback is out here hauling in Emmys.
Brady’s Facebook series “Tom Vs. Time,” won a Sports Emmy on Monday for Outstanding Serialized Sports Documentary.
Naturally, Brady took to social media to celebrate the moment.
Proud and humbled. Find your deepest purpose. https://t.co/I9jF7Szni6
— Tom Brady (@TomBrady) May 21, 2019
The six-episode series aired between January and March of 2018 and followed the 41-year-old around off the field, giving a look into the quarterback’s training regimen and home life.
Brady’s series was up against HBO’s “Being Serena,” based on tennis legend Serena Williams, ESPN+’s “Quest for the Stanley Cup,” and Prime Video’s “All or Nothing” series based on the Dallas Cowboys and Manchester City F.C.
With six Super Bowl rings and three MVPs, we now have to ask … Can Brady go for the EGOT?