Former Peyton Manning boss, former US president and talk show icon are among the guests who will appear in the second season of ESPN’s “Peyton’s Places”.
Broncos general manager John Elway, former President Bill Clinton and former “Late Show” presenter David Letterman on Monday were announced for season two of Manning’s Emmy-nominated football series. The new season kicks off November 29 on ESPN +.
“‘Peyton’s Places’ is a history project that became a passion project,” Manning said in a press release. “There are so many fascinating things in football history that people just don’t know and I’m looking forward to bringing it to ESPN +.”
Other guests announced include former NFL stars Tony Gonzalez, Darrell Green, Rodney Harrison, Garrison Hearst, Ronnie Lott, Marshawn Lynch, Terrell Owens and Lynn Swann, as well as actors Kurt Russell and James Van Der Beek.
ESPN NFL insider and former Denver Post reporter Adam Schefter will be hosting a two-hour special to watch the new season on November 24 at 5:00 PM MT on ESPN2.