Pittsburgh Steelers great Terry Bradshaw and his unusual hot takes are coming to a television screen near you. Yes, you read that right. The former Steelers quarterback and his family will be starring in a reality television series titled "The Bradshaw Bunch."
The show will follow the Bradshaw family in their rural life of Oklahoma, according to Yahoo Sports' Allison Crist, and will premiere this summer.
The trailer for the show that will debut on E! is actually pretty funny, and it's a side of Bradshaw football fans will love to see.
Bradshaw played for the Steelers from 1970-1983 and put together a 107-51 record with four Super Bowl titles, three Pro Bowl nominations and an MVP award.
He usually causes a lot of discussion with his wild takes as an NFL analyst for FOX. He more recently called out Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady for abandoning the New England Patriots after 20 years while also saying he's not the greatest quarterback of all time.
Hopefully he stays away from those hot takes in this new show, but who knows how many people will actually watch it.
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