ESPN Bringing ‘Peyton’s Places’ Back For Season 3

by Josh Lanier
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ESPN+ has renewed Peyton Manning’s show Peyton’s Places for a third season.

Deadline reported that Manning spoke about the renewal during Disney’s investor summit last week. Disney owns ESPN. The show is currently airing its second season.

Peyton’s Places features the NFL great speaking with other athletes about their lives and sports. He recently interviewed six-time Super Bowl champ Tom Brady during a round of golf. And played a touch football game at Elvis Presley’s Graceland.

Manning discussed some of the things to expect next season and hinted at the growing the brand.

“The best is yet to come as some of the most engaging storytellers from other sports get their very own version of Peyton’s Places including Abby Wambach, Ronda Rousey and David Ortiz,” Manning said, according to Deadline. “Big Papi’s Places does have a nice ring to it,” he said.

Manning will also host the upcoming revival of the quiz game show College Bowl, Variety reported.

Peyton isn’t the only Manning with a future in TV. Eli Manning, former Giants quarterback, will do a college football show, Deadline reported.

Marshawn Lynch Talks Stealing Cart on ‘Peyton’s Places’

Earlier this season on Peyton’s Places, Manning spoke with NFL great running back Marshawn Lynch. Manning showed up to the interview driving an injury cart, a reference to the infamous moment during Lynch’s college career at Cal when he stole a cart and went on a joy ride on the field during a game. Lynch explained how that happened.

“Over time, I had a touchdown that put us up,” Lynch said. “So you know, the offense got us a chance to score, and then Desmond (Bishop) got a pick. He wore number ten, too. He ran it back maybe like sixty or seventy yards, and I was like, ‘I’m tired myself,’ and that cart was just sitting right there. Like, ghost ride the whip.”

Lynch said he wanted to do something that people normally wouldn’t see at a University of California football game.

“I ran and jumped on the cart, so I’m sliding that thing, right. And then people started rushing the field. I’m like, ‘Man, this is Cal. People don’t rush the field here.’ But all these people were just running through, so I’m sliding through that thing. Sus left. Sus right. Come back. Bring that thing back. Sliding, and then it was over after that.”