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Cristiano Ronaldo is reportedly in talks for new $10million reality show’ which could be the biggest original series deal

Superstar footballer, Cristiano Ronaldo is
reportedly in talks for his own reality show
which could be the biggest original series
deal.

According to Variety,Superstar footballer, Cristiano Ronaldo is
reportedly in talks for his own reality show
which could be the biggest original series
deal.

According to Variety, Facebook is in talks with
the Portuguese star to bring the Ronaldo
docu-series to Facebook Watch, its video
platform for TV-style content. if the deal is
done, Ronaldo could get a paycheck of around
$10 million for the 13-episode show.
The show is reportedly set to be produced by
Tom Brady's Religion of Sports media
company, which is behind the Tom vs. Time
for Facebook Watch.

It was also reported that CAA will be
packaging the series, and it will be produced
by Matador Content and Religion of Sports, a
sports-media firm founded by Gotham Chopra,

MichaelSuperstar footballer, Cristiano Ronaldo is
reportedly in talks for his own reality show
which could be the biggest original series
deal.

According to Variety, Facebook is in talks with
the Portuguese star to bring the Ronaldo
docu-series to Facebook Watch, its video
platform for TV-style content. if the deal is
done, Ronaldo could get a paycheck of around
$10 million for the 13-episode show.
The show is reportedly set to be produced by
Tom Brady's Religion of Sports media
company, which is behind the Tom vs. Time
for Facebook Watch.
It was also reported that CAA will be
packaging the series, and it will be produced
by Matador Content and Religion of Sports, a
sports-media firm founded by Gotham Chopra,
Michael Strahan, Tom Brady and production
company Dirty Robber. Strahan, Tom Brady and production
company Dirty Robber. Facebook is in talks with
the Portuguese star to bring the Ronaldo
docu-series to Facebook Watch, its video
platform for TV-style content. if the deal is
done, Ronaldo could get a paycheck of around
$10 million for the 13-episode show.
The show is reportedly set to be produced by
Tom Brady's Religion of Sports media
company, which is behind the Tom vs. Time
for Facebook Watch.

It was also reported that CAA will be
packaging the series, and it will be produced
by Matador Content and Religion of Sports, a
sports-media firm founded by Gotham Chopra,
Michael Strahan, Tom Brady and production
company Dirty Robber.
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