Prime Video released a teaser trailer today for the second season of Coach Prime, a docuseries about Deion Sanders’ role as head coach of the University of Colorado Boulders’ college football team, the Buffaloes.
The second season debuts with the first two episodes on Prime Video on December 7. The six-episode docuseries brings fans inside the locker room and on the field of Deion “Coach Prime” Sanders’ football team as they shake up the college football league.
Season two follows Sanders’ first full season at CU Boulder as he works on building up the team’s success and works to transform the program quickly. He’s joined by his sons, Shilo and Shedeur Sanders, along with former Jackson State University teammate Travis Hunter. The new season promises to feature “never-before-seen footage that welcomes viewers behind the scenes of the most exciting story in college sports this year.”
Coach Prime is executive produced by SMAC Entertainment’s Constance Schwartz-Morini, Michael Strahan, Fred Anthony Smith, and Jamie Elias, with Micah Brown serving as showrunner. It’s produced by SMAC Productions, a division of SMAC Entertainment for Prime Video Sports.
The first season of Coach Prime debuted in 2021 and follows the career of Sanders. He was drafted in 1989 during the first round of the NFL Draft in Florida State, the same year he made his MLB debut. He’s the only person to play in a World Series and a Super Bowl. Sanders played 14 seasons for five teams throughout his football career, winning two Super Bowls, while also playing for four MLB teams over nine seasons. He retired as a player with the second-all-time record in interception return yardage before becoming a coach for Jackson State in 2020, then moving on to Colorado in 2022.
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