How to watch All Madden, a documentary on the life and legacy of John Madden.

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In honor of the late NFL legend John Madden, Fox Sports is rebroadcasting the documentary and bringing up its streaming release date. On Christmas Day, Fox Sports showed a documentary celebrating John Madden’s life and accomplishments, but the video took on new significance since the football icon died three days later.

The league confirmed Tuesday morning that Madden, the Hall of Fame coach turned commentator whose voice became a running commentary for NFL viewers every football weekend for nearly 30 years, had died. He was 85 years old at the time. In addition, the show All Madden will be available early on a variety of streaming services.

All Madden, which premiered on Christmas Day, focuses on the 30 years following Madden’s Hall of Fame coaching career, when he went on to become a broadcaster and the face of the Madden NFL video game franchise.

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The 90-minute film features archive footage from Madden’s career as a coach and sportscaster, as well as interviews with NFL legends such as Tom Brady, Patrick Mahomes, and Peyton Manning.

How to watch All Madden?

On Wednesday, Dec. 29, at 9 p.m. ET and 10:30 p.m. ET on FS1, and again on Thursday, Dec. 30, at 8 p.m. ET on the Fox broadcast network, Fox Sports will re-air All Madden. (The documentary also aired the night of Madden’s death, on Tuesday.)

All Madden will be broadcast on the NFL Network on Thursday, Dec. 30, at 3 p.m. ET, then again on Tuesday, Jan. 4, at 8 p.m. ET and 12:30 a.m. ET.

Where to Stream All Madden?

All Madden was supposed to be available on streaming services on Jan. 3, but it will now be available starting Wednesday on ESPN+, Peacock, and Tubi. “All Madden” is available to stream if you have a Peacock TV premium service.

The NFL announced Madden’s death on Tuesday. Commissioner Roger Goodell issued a statement that included the following: “Coach was a die-hard football fan. He was a football player. He was a fantastic sounding board for me and a lot of other people. There will never be another John Madden, and we will be eternally grateful to him for everything he did to help shape football and the NFL into what they are now.”

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