How to Watch ‘Man in the Arena: Tom Brady’ Episode 10 on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV & More on April 25




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After an offseason that featured future Hall of Famer Tom Brady retiring and unretiring, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback’s long-awaited 2-time Sports Emmy Award-nominated ESPN+ series Man in the Arena: Tom Brady has reached its tenth and final episode. Directed by Gotham Chopra, the final episode covers Brady’s first season in Tampa and the journey to winning his unprecedented 7th Super Bowl.

“What is there left to say about working with Tom? He is a never-ending narrative, but also a never-ending process of self-discovery for me and our creative team at Religion of Sports,” said director Gotham Chopra. “Because in Tom’s 23 year (and counting) odyssey, I see threads of all of our stories which is what has made this an amazing project to work on. We used to think of episode 10 as an epilogue, now – because I know how Tom operates – I realize it’s just a prequel.”

If Chopra’s comments are any indication of the future, then the original plan for 10 episodes may have changed and fans could be watching another episode if the Bucs manage to win another Super Bowl at the end of the upcoming NFL season. For now, cord cutters can find out how to watch Episode 10 and the rest of Man in the Arena: Tom Brady below.

How to Watch ‘Man in the Arena’ Episode 10

About ‘Man in the Arena’ Episode 10


In the final episode, Tom Brady leaves New England to start a new chapter with the Buccaneers. Joined by former teammate Rob Gronkowski in Tampa Bay, Tom captures his 7th Super Bowl title. As he reflects on life outside of football, Tom shares his hopes of living up to the example set by his hero, his father.

Watch the ‘Man in the Arena’ Episode 10 Trailer

How to Watch ‘Man in the Arena’ Episodes 1-9

Cord cutters can watch all 10 episodes on ESPN+. The first 9 episodes will air across ESPN networks before the finale.

  • Episodes 1 through 5 will air from 5 – 10 p.m. ET on Sunday, April 24 on ESPN2
  • Episodes 6 through 9 will air from 7 – 11 p.m. ET on Monday, April 25 on ESPN.

Many streaming services carry ESPN and ESPN2, so viewers have a few different options for watching the first 9 episodes.

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*Hulu with Live includes ESPN+ with The Disney Bundle.

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