The previously announced documentary, Straight/Curve: Redefining Body Image, will air June 21 at 8 pm ET/PT.
Below are descriptions of the new documentaries with descriptions courtesy of Epix.
In Danica, the racing superstar reveals herself like never before: as a competitor eagerly preparing for her next race; a woman confidently considering when she wants to start a family; and a budding mogul carefully considering thinking about her next steps.
Directed and executive produced by award-winning journalist and pioneer in sports broadcasting Hannah Storm (Brainstormin Productions), this documentary (pictured) will take a rare, candid look at an icon, capturing never-before-seen moments on and off the track with Danica Patrick and those closest to her.
In 1994, at the age of 45, George Foreman completed the greatest comeback in the history of heavyweight boxing. Not only did he reclaim the heavyweight championship crown that was lost in spectacular fashion 20 years earlier to Muhammad Ali, but he went on to complete an unparalleled personal transformation – from reviled street bully to beloved teddy bear.
Foreman is the unlikely story of a boxer who struggles with, and later establishes, a sense of purpose on his remarkable journey to achieve the impossible.
Foreman is directed by Chris Perkel and executive produced by Gary Cohen and Ross Bernard and premieres Sept. 17 at 8 p.m. ET/PT.