The sports documentaries just keep on rolling in.
Per a report from Variety, it’s been announced that mobile video-streaming platform Quibi and LeBron James’ Uninterrupted Sports Media company are partnering for a new docuseries regarding the Houston Astros cheating scandal.
The working title for the series is ‘Sign Language,’ and the series will take fans behind the scenes of the Astros infamous sign-stealing scandal and the backlash from it.
The series will “transcend the baseball diamond to explore larger themes of greed, cheating, corruption, sportsmanship, and social media activism,” a statement confirms.
The Astros also have a scripted series in the works regarding the controversial World Series season back in 2017 set to be produced by ‘Slow Burn’ producers Leon Neyfakh and Andrew Parsons.
Filmmaking company The Cinemart, who just last year released the documentary ‘Frye Fraud’ about the infamous music festival gone wrong back in 2017 ‘Fyre Fest,’ has also been tapped to work on ‘Sign Language.’
At this time, there isn’t a release date for the series.