If fiction shows are no longer your cup of tea and you seek to watch something more realistic that serves you with something more than just entertainment, such as knowledge, documentaries could be a good resort. Documentaries are no more mundane camera shots displaying animal habitats or biographies.
They’ve risen to a better narration and presentation of the most intriguing subjects in the world. If you’re ready to give documentaries a shot, QB1: Beyond the Lights, might be the right start for you. It is an American documentary web television TV series that was released in 2017. The series is based on college football and encompasses the NCAA Division.
|TV Series:||QB1: Beyond the Lights|
|Running time:||February 13, 2017 –
|Directed by:||Peter Berg|
More about the show:
QB1: Beyond the Lights is a sports documentary series that was released on February 13, 2017. It was helmed by Peter Berg and starred Tate Martell, Jake Fromm, Tayvon Bowers, Justin Fields, Re-al Mitchell, Sam Hartman, Spencer Rattler, Lance LeGendre, and Nik Scalzo in important roles. The background score of the series has been produced by Carson Aune and it originated in the United States.
The series has had three seasons till now. All three seasons have had a total of 30 episodes. The makers of the show have been quite content with the warmth by which their documentary was received. Fans of the show have been eagerly waiting for the release of its fourth season.
The story of each season of the series revolves around the high school students who play football for their school team as senior quarterbacks. All of them belong to completely different backgrounds and try to make a name for themselves individually as good players as they take part in their final season before they have to move to NCAA Division I College Football.
The show is a documentary-type web television series that first started as go90 series and then it shifted to Netflix’s OTT streaming platform for further airing. The show reflects the efforts and challenges that are a part of college students who play football. The series focuses on providing knowledge about the hardships of college life and the life of rookie but talented footballers who try to rise to the levels of success.
Being a documentary-type series, the scenes and dialogues hit more realistically compared to how they would have if it were to be a Drama series. The show has a total of 3 seasons with a total of 10 episodes in every season. The show is a visual treat for high school football fans and something that can come in handy to soothe a sports fan.
The series has 3 distinct seasons. Each season focuses on a single group of 3 and therefore has a distinctive story. Therefore, all the 3 different seasons have a different cast for them.
Tayvon Bowers was one of the most important characters of the first season of the series. He is a part of the Wake Forest Demon Deacons, who was later sent to the Gardner-Webb Runnin’ Bulldogs. Jake Fromm is another important character in the series. He is a part of the Georgia Bulldogs who was later drafted by the Buffalo Bills in the fifth round of the 2020 NFL Draft. Tate Martell who is a part of the Ohio State Buckeyes was later transferred to the Miami Hurricanes.
Justin Fields – is a part of the Georgia Bulldogs and was subsequently transferred to the Ohio State Buckeyes. Fields were drafted by the Chicago Bears in the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft. Sam Hartman who is a part of the Wake Forest Demon Deacons has been one of the most popular characters of not just the second season but the series. Re-al Mitchell is a member of the Iowa State Cyclones and has been subsequently transferred to the Temple Owls.
Lance LeGendre who is a part of the Maryland Terrapins was subsequently transferred to the Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns. Spencer Rattler is a popular character of the third season who is a member of the Oklahoma Sooners. Nik Scalzo is a member of the Kentucky Wildcats.
The series has had three seasons released till now. The first season of the series had 10 episodes. Its episodes were The Journey Begins, Kick-Off, Don’t Mess with Texas, Being King, Sibling Rivalry, A Storm Is Brewing, Significant Others, Make or Break, Sacrifice, and On to the Next.
The second season had 10 episodes named A Game About Life, Paying the Price, Battle Ready, Perception is Reality, Something to Prove, Grace & Redemption, Reality Check, Fully Committed, Sidelined, and Moving the Chains.
The third season of the series had 10 episodes named What’s Your Why, Setting the Tone, Close Call, Got your Back, Living the Game, Comeback, Last Dance, Game of Inches, Next Man Up, and Never Settle.
When will QB1 Season 4 be released?
It was on 13th February of the year 2017 when the first season of QB1: Beyond the Lights premiered on Netflix. The show received notable praises within a small amount of time. The second season of the series released on 28th February of the year 2018 and stood up to the expectations of the audience.
The third season premiered on 16th August 2019. The fourth season of the series was supposed to release in August month of 2020 but due to the pandemic known as Covid-19, the release was delayed and hasn’t been rescheduled yet but there will be a fourth season of the series for certain. It’s better to go and watch the first three seasons of the series if you haven’t, so season four would be more enjoyable for you.