The first four minutes of the upcoming Netflix docuseries "Quarterback" featuring Minnesota Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins have been released.
Until training camp begins at the end of the month, there isn't much to talk about when it comes to the Minnesota Vikings. Luckily, Netflix is providing Vikings fans with some entertainment this week in the form of their new docuseries that features Kirk Cousins.
The series will debut on Wednesday, July 12th, but Netflix has provided a free preview of the show in the form of the first four minutes of the first episode that can now be viewed online.
"Quarterback" will provide a unique look into the life of Minnesota Vikings QB Kirk Cousins
In addition to Cousins being featured in the docuseries, the show also followed Patrick Mahomes of the Kansas City Chiefs and Marcus Mariota when he was a member of the Atlanta Falcons during the 2022 NFL season.
"Quarterback" is set to provide viewers with "unprecedented access" like they've never seen before from Cousins, Mahomes, and Mariota.
During the opening minutes that Netflix shared on Monday, Cousins talked about how the docuseries will be "about as close as [fans] will ever get to crawling into [an NFL quarterback's] skin and seeing what it's like to live in our day-in, day-out basis."
Since the Vikings have never been the subject of "Hard Knocks" or any other behind-the-scenes show produced by NFL Films, this docuseries should truly be something that provides Minnesota fans with a look at their team that they've never been able to see before.
"Quarterback" will first be available to stream on Netflix on Wednesday, July 12th. A subscription to Netflix is required to view the docuseries. However, the Vikings will be holding an advanced screening of the first two episodes of the show inside TCO Stadium in Eagan, Minnesota, at 8 p.m. CT on Tuesday, July 11th.