The NFL’s “CreepShow” television series is one of the best TV shows ever made, according to the league’s executive vice president of programming and strategy David Ellerbe.
In an interview with The Verge, Ellerb says the show has been in the works for more than a year and that he thinks it’s “the most popular series” of all time.
“It’s the most popular franchise in all of television,” EllerB says.
“It’s something that has been made and nurtured and nurturing and growing and growing.”
The show follows the life of the New York Jets’ first general manager, who is in a race against time to get the team back to the playoffs.
The show was first picked up by Fox in 2015, and is produced by “Game of Thrones” creator George R.R. Martin.
“I’m so excited for the fans to watch the series,” Elerb says.
“The show is about life and about the struggles of the NFL and I think it’s the best series to tell that story and make that character, and to be able to bring that to life.”
The series is produced and directed by James Gandolfini, who has also directed HBO’s “Game Of Thrones” series, as well as the upcoming series “The OA.”
The first season of “Creed” will premiere on September 1 on ESPN.
The “Creeps” are the first non-football team the NFL has created since the league took over the game in 1970.
The team was created by former Jets owner Woody Johnson.
“They’re like a franchise that’s still around, but they’re now in their 60s,” Eatorb says of the “Creeping Legends.”
“And I think that they’re very excited to be back, so I’m sure it will be a really fun time.”
The NFL has not announced the premiere date of the new show.