Apple TV+ has teased “Greatness Code” season 2 which is set to premiere on May 13, worldwide. The new season of the Emmy award-winning series features Marcus Rashford, Lindsey Vonn, Russell Wilson, Scout Bassett, Leticia Bufoni, and Bubba Wallace to narrate the apex moments of their careers “when they touched greatness.”
Directed by Gotham Chopra, the “Greatness Code” is an unscripted short-form sports documentary series that includes career-defining stories of athletes told through a stylized hybrid of live-action and visual effects.
Apple TV+ trailer for “Greatness Code” season 2 prepares the audience for the exciting new stories from new sports personalities
Released on Apple TV+’s official website, the trailer for the second season of “Greatness Code” gives a glimpse of the motivation in store for the subscribers through inspiring real-life stories from an array of athletes overcoming odds to achieve greatness.
Iconic athletes pull back the curtain on a pivotal career moment when they touched greatness. A stylized hybrid of live action and visual effects, this short-form docuseries shed new light on the sports legends you thought you knew.
Season 1 of “Greatness Code” is available on Apple TV+ for $4.99 per month. It features LeBron James, Tom Brady, Alex Morgan, Usain Bolt, Shaun White, Katie Ledecky, and Kelly Slater.
“Greatness Code” is part of a lineup of acclaimed and award-winning docuseries and documentaries on Apple TV+, including real-life stories behind the biggest names in sports such as highly anticipated four-part Earvin “Magic” Johnson docuseries “They Call Me Magic”; “The Long Game: Bigger Than Basketball” about NBA hopeful Makur Maker; and “Make or Break,” following elite World Surf League competitors. Soon to join this slate will be the recently announced feature documentary about Sir Lewis Hamilton, seven-time Formula One world champion; and “The Dynasty,” a new documentary event series about the New England Patriots from Brian Grazer and Ron Howard’s Imagine Documentaries, in association with NFL Films.