Legendary quarterback and television-broadcast icon Terry Bradshaw is giving viewers an intimate look at life in the off-season.
Bradshaw and his wife interviewed with Entertainment Tonight‘s Nischelle Turner at their Oklahoma ranch ahead of the season finale for The Bradshaw Bunch.
Watch the entire interview between Turner and Bradshaw’s family here.
The sprawling landscape and small-town charm seen in The Bradshaw Bunch provides a glimpse into life in Thackerville, Oklahoma. That’s where the show is filmed and where the former NFL quarterback and his family currently reside.
The beautiful 744-acre property, which can be seen in the interview, is called the Terry Bradshaw Quarter Horses Ranch. According to Mansion Global, the property is set in southern Oklahoma. It lies near the Texas border and about 70 miles outside of Dallas.
A Different Side of Terry Bradshaw
Meanwhile, Bradshaw and his wife Tammy have lived at the ranch for nearly two decades and counting. Additionally, they enjoy the company of 172 horses. Bradshaw says in the interview that he’s been ranching for 44 years and that”he knows the horse business.”
The show also features his two daughters Rachel and Erin, and stepdaughter, Lacey (Tammy’s daughter from a previous marriage.) The crew of platinum-blondes offers an inside look into their daily lives, as well as their close family bond.
As a husband, father, and “Papi” to the Bradshaw Bunch, Bradshaw hilariously helps his family navigate their unique lives. The show lets viewers in on a side of Terry Bradshaw they’ve never seen before.
The 72-year-old Louisiana native has worn many helmets over his career. Many know him from his current gig as a sports analyst for Fox NFL Sunday. However, the Hall of Fame quarterback has also been an actor in films and television. In fact, Bradshaw took his singing talent to the main stage in season one of The Masked Singer.
According to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Bradshaw’s NFL career began when he was the first pick in the 1970 National Football League Draft. He led the Pittsburgh Steelers to eight AFC Central championships and four Super Bowl titles from 1974 to 1979. Bradshaw was the Most Valuable Player in both Super Bowl XIII in a 35-31 win over Dallas and Super Bowl XIV in a 31-19 win over the Los Angeles Rams.