Luke Bryan, Peyton Manning Team Up For Hulu Docuseries, “It’s All Country”


One of country music’s favorite duos will be teaming up to executive-produce Hulu’s upcoming docuseries, “It’s All Country.”

It has been announced that Luke Bryan will host and executive-produce a new, six-episode Hulu docuseries which will detail “the iconic songs and artists that changed the face of country music forever.” A release date for the series has yet to be revealed. A press release about the series says it will highlight the impact country music has had on the United States and the world.

The series “highlights the cultural impact and memorable performers and performances that make country music an American and growing global sensation.”

While it’s exciting that Luke Bryan is executive-producing the new docuseries, it’s even more exciting that he will be joined by NFL legend Peyton Manning.

Luke Bryan and Peyton Manning have a little bit of history in the country music world.

Luke and Peyton joined forces last year to host the CMA Awards, and it has been announced that the pair will be hosting again this year. Manning’s production company, Omaha Productions, will be producing the Hulu docuseries alongside NFL Films and Walt Disney Television Alternative.


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Luke Bryan

Luke Bryan has earned two CMA Entertainer of the Year awards, and 26 No. 1 songs on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart. Bryan has had four albums rise to the top of the Billboard 200. The “Play it Again” singer is known for his goofy personality and wide-open approach to family and social media. While Bryan has worked tirelessly to establish himself as one of today’s top artists, he is also known for helping up-and-comers in the music world as a judge on American Idol. Luke has judged American Idol since 2018, and it doesn’t sound like he’ll be quitting anytime soon.

Peyton Manning

In 2021, Peyton Manning was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and has two Super Bowl wins under his belt. Peyton created Omaha Productions following his retirement from the NFL, and has created numerous projects for film, television, and other platforms. While the 47-year-old is most popular for football, he is known for his heavy involvement in the country music world. Country music singer Parker McCollum was recently joined on stage by Peyton at his August show in Colorado where the two sang a cover of Brooks and Dunn’s “Red Dirt Road.”

RELATED: Peyton Manning Joins Parker McCollum On Stage To Sing “Red Dirt Road”

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