Apple is set to premiere its latest sports documentary on Apple TV+ this March, and it promises to be a captivating look into the lives of aspiring professional wrestlers. “Monster Factory” is a pro wrestling docuseries that follows a group of “misfit dreamers” at a wrestling school in New Jersey, as they work with their coach to join the ranks of professional wrestlers.
The series features a cast of colorful characters, including Danny Cage, Twitch, Bobby Buffet, Gabby Ortiz, and Goldy. Each wrestler has a unique backstory, with Goldy, for example, being the pretty boy who uses wrestling as a way to control his panic attacks.
The six-episode series is produced by Vox Media Studios and Public Record, with Max Heckman, Jeremiah Zagar, Galen Summer, Chad Mumm, Mark W. Olsen, and Jeremy Yaches serving as executive producers. “Monster Factory” is set to debut on Friday, March 17, with all episodes available to stream on that day.
“Monster Factory” is just the latest addition to Apple TV+’s impressive lineup of sports content. The streaming service recently announced the upcoming release of “Real Madrid: Until The End”, a three-part sports documentary that gives fans an intimate look at the iconic Spanish professional football club. The series dives into the team’s memorable 2021-2022 season, where Real Madrid earned a record 14th Champions League title.
With “Monster Factory” and “Real Madrid: Until The End”, Apple TV+ is clearly committed to bringing fans the best in sports content. Whether you’re a die-hard wrestling fan or a football enthusiast, these two series are sure to entertain and captivate you. Be sure to tune in to Apple TV+ on March 17 to catch “Monster Factory” and stay tuned for “Real Madrid: Until The End” coming soon!
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