More episodes of "Peyton's Places" are almost here.
The show, in which Peyton Manning takes viewers on unique and entertaining trips through football history, will debut its second season on ESPN+ on Nov. 29, ESPN announced Tuesday.
Like in the first season, the second season of "Peyton's Places" will feature numerous guest stars. Many of these are luminaries from outside the football world, like former President Bill Clinton, actors Kurt Russell and James Van Der Beek and talk show host David Letterman.
It also includes a fantastic cast of football legends, including Ronnie Lott, Marshawn Lynch, Terrell Owens, Lynn Swann — and, most notably for Broncos fans, John Elway.
During that episode, which is set to debut on Dec. 6, Manning and Elway meet up at Empower Field at Mile High to talk about Elway's career and break down film of "The Drive." It will undoubtedly be a must-watch program for those who bleed orange and blue.
"Peyton's Places is a history project that became a passion project," Manning said in a statement. "There's so many fascinating things about football history that people just don't know and I'm looking forward to bringing it to ESPN+."
Like the first season, the second season of "Peyton's Places" will be available exclusively on ESPN's subscription streaming platform, ESPN+.
But before all of that, ESPN2 will broadcast a preview special hosted by Adam Schefter on Nov. 24 at 5 p.m. MT. This program will feature excerpts from the new season, appearances from Swann, Manning and his parents, Archie and Olivia. Peyton also will hand out "The Peyties," which ESPN describes as "tongue-in-cheek awards" from the show's first season.
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