Tom Brady Haters, Here’s How to Watch Him Get Roasted on Netflix

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TOM BRADY HATERS, your Super Bowl has arrived. This weekend, and until Netflix shuts down their servers, you’ll be able to watch the man who tormented your sports nightmares for decades get torn to shreds in The Greatest Roast of All Time: Tom Brady.

Hosted by Kevin Hart, Brady will be pelted with insults and vitriol by some of his closest friends and comedians with extensive history in roasting. Jeff Ross, Bert Kreischer, Tom Segura, Nikki Glaser, Andrew Schulz, Tony Hinchcliffe, and Sam Jay are the comedians selected to tear Brady’s legacy to shreds. Jeff Ross is known as the “Roastmaster General” for his perpetual presence at all the major roasting events, from the Comedy Central Roast series to the New York Friars Club. Ross once roasted Shaquille O’Neal by comparing the size of his suit to the lengthy list of sexual assault lawsuits against Harvey Weinstein. Nothing may be off-limits with Brady.

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The real wild cards will be those who spent time with him in the football trenches and locker room. Former teammates Randy Moss and Julian Edelman, Drew Bledsoe, and Rob Gronkowski will also offer their two cents about their multi-millionaire friend. In the recent New England Patriots Apple TV+ docuseries The Dynasty: New England Patriots, Bledsoe recalled rookie hazing a young Brady experienced where Brady’s socks were filled with a special dye that only became visible when they got wet so when he started sweating, the purple secret would be revealed. Apparently, Brady’s feet were purple for weeks, so you can imagine the type of locker room stories of Brady that’ll get revealed this Sunday.

How can I watch The Greatest Roast of All Time: Tom Brady?

Similar to Netflix’s first-ever live event, Chris Rock: Selective Outrage, Brady’s roast will be live-streamed on Netflix on May 5 at 5 p.m. PDT/8 p.m. EST. Similar to Netflix’s past live events like Chris Rock: Selective Outrage, you’ll likely be able to stream The Greatest Roast of All Time: Tom Brady after the live stream if you missed it—or if you want to see Brady take an L over and over and over again until your cynical heart is content.

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