1 season • Sports, Documentary

Each episode of this docu-series profiles a young athlete projected to be the next big thing in their respective sport, giving an inside look as they train towards their next historic sports moment. New episodes every weekday.

Cast & Crew

  • Megan Rapinoe


  • Jalen Green


  • Chantel Navarro


  • Red Gerard


  • Sha'Carri Richardson


  • Tyler Adams


  • Regan Smith


  • Matthew Boling


  • Korey Foreman


  • Episodes

  • Ep. 1 of 8

    Jalen Green

    Meet Jalen Green. He’s the high school basketball player that trained his way from a nobody to a potential soon-to-be no. 1 NBA pick.

  • Ep. 2 of 8

    Chantel Navarro

    Chantel Navarro comes from a legacy of boxers. With five national titles to her name, she has the heart and the family to back her up.

  • Ep. 3 of 8

    Red Gerard

    At 17, Red Gerard became the youngest winter Olympians to win gold since 1928. But, the success of this snowboarder comes from the support of his colorful family.

  • Ep. 4 of 8

    Sha’Carri Richardson

    Sha’Carri Richardson is already faster than most Olympic runners. Her life has had ups and downs, but she’s determined to be great. And her family’s determined too.

  • Ep. 5 of 8

    Tyler Adams

    Tyler Adams knows success and sacrifice. His soccer skills and family support helped him get to where he is now— killing it in the Bundesliga. Now he’s looking at the US World Cup and Olympic selection.

  • Ep. 6 of 8

    Regan Smith

    She’s not even on the 2020 Olympic team yet, but 17 year-old Regan Smith is already predicted to be the best Olympic swimmer to date. She’s shattered world records and is determined to be remembered.

  • Ep. 7 of 8

    Matthew Boling

    Matthew Boling was the fastest high school kid in Texas. Now he’s on his way to being the fastest Olympic runner in the world.

  • Ep. 8 of 8

    Korey Foreman

    At age 17, Korey Foreman stands at 6’6” and 275 lbs. He’s the number 1 high school football recruit in the nation. Next year, he’s off to Clemson and has his sights set on being a top NFL pick.