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  • Premiered: 
    November 18, 2015
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  • Network: DirecTV
  • Category: Series
  • Genre: Talk
  • Type: Live Action
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  • Subject Matter: Sports
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Plot Synopsis

Hosted by Dan Patrick (Season 6) or Joe Buck (Seasons 1-5) and filmed in front of an audience, UNDENIABLE is a one-hour interview series that features legendary athletes and coaches sharing their ascent to the pinnacle of success through their personal life stories and philosophies, revealing how they approach things, what they've learned and what lies ahead. In the series opener, Buck has a conversation with Yankee superstar Derek Jeter about his strict upbringing in Michigan, the philosophies he implemented throughout his time with the Yankees, and the rumors that have followed him for most of his career. In subsequent episodes Buck has one-on-one conversations with these guests: former Dallas Cowboys quarterback and current Fox NFL Sunday analyst Troy Aikman; Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones; MMA fighter Georges St-Pierre; Triple Crown-winning horse trainer Bob Baffert; former Yankees manager Joe Torre; US women's soccer star Abby Wambach; Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps; Tony La Russa, chief baseball officer for the Arizona Diamondbacks and former manager for the St. Louis Cardinals and Oakland A's; champion surfer Kelly Slater; MMA fighter Chuck Liddell; former Cowboys coach and current Fox NFL Sunday analyst Jimmy Johnson; and NHL legend Wayne Gretzky. Called the INSIDE THE ACTORS STUDIO for the sports world, UNDENIABLE is executive produced by Buck and Vince Vaughn, whose Wild West Productions is producing the series. Season 3 of UNDENIABLE WITH JOE BUCK premiered on Wednesday, February 15, 2017 at 8pm ET/PT on AT&T/DirecTV's Audience Network. In the season opener, Joe talks to the all-time Major League Baseball hits leader, and controversial figure, Pete Rose. Subsequent episodes feature these guests: Emmitt Smith (Feb. 22); Royce Gracie (March 1); Tony Hawk (March 8); Jerry Rice (March 15); Jackie Joyner-Kersee (March 22); Terry Bradshaw (March 29); Ozzie Smith (April 5); Dennis Rodman (April 12); and Roger Clemens (April 19). On Wednesday, October 17, 2017 at 8pm ET/PT, AT&T/DirecTV's Audience Network premiered the fourth season of UNDENIABLE WITH JOE BUCK. In the season opener, Joe has an intimate conversation with Alex Rodriguez about struggling in the minor leagues, the pressures of becoming baseball's highest-paid athlete, and his decision to turn to performance enhancing drugs. In subsequent episodes, Joe welcomes these guests: John Smoltz (Oct. 25); Martina Navratilova (Nov. 1); Bobby Knight (Nov. 8); Cal Ripken Jr. (Nov. 15); Matt Hughes (Nov. 22); Ronnie Lott (Nov. 29); David Robinson (Dec. 6); Brett Hull (Dec. 13); and Jeff Gordon (Dec. 20). AT&T/DirecTV's Audience Network premiered the fifth season of UNDENIABLE WITH JOE BUCK on Tuesday, May 29, 2018 at 8pm ET/PT. Joe Buck welcomes Season 5's first guest snowboarding legend Shaun White, who talks about big crash he had when he was 11 years old at the Sports and Music Festival in Austin, Texas. Other Season 5 guests include: Michael Irvin (June 5); Lou Holtz (June 12); Terrell Davis (June 19); Shannon Sharpe (June 26); Natalie Coughlin (July 3); John McEnroe (July 10); Joe Namath (July 17); Kurt Warner (July 24); and Ed Reed (July 31).
On Wednesday, January 30, 2019 at 8pm ET/PT, AT&T/DirecTV's Audience Network premiered the sixth season of this series with new host Dan Patrick and a new title: UNDENIABLE WITH DAN PATRICK. The series continues to be executive produced by Vince Vaughn and Peter Billingsley.

In the season opener, Patrick talks with former NFL linebacker and Hall of Famer Ray Lewis about how wrestling improved his football skills, the circumstances surrounding a January 2000 murder in Atlanta, and his leadership on and off the football field. In subsequent episodes, Patrick chats with these sports stars:

- former NFL player Rod Woodson (on Feb, 6), who talks about the racism he faced growing up as a mixed-race child, holding out for a better contract with the Steelers, and his quest for a Super Bowl title.

- NASCAR racer Tony Stewart (Feb. 13), who discusses the sacrifices his family made so he could pursue his dream, his three Nascar Championships, and the circumstances surrounding a fatal 2014 racing accident.

- boxing trainer Freddie Roach (Feb. 20), who chats about growing up with a violent father, his complex relationship with boxer Manny Pacquiao, and how Parkinson's Disease affects his life and training.

- former track & field and Olympic winner Carl Lewis (Feb. 27), who opens up about winning nine Olympic gold medals, facing the specter of steroids in his sport, and turning his athletic fame into a sustainable career.

- Olympic boxer and promoter Oscar De la Hoya (Mar. 6), who talks about his humble beginnings in East L.A., navigating instant fame after winning Olympic Gold, and his quest for seven world titles.

- former NCAA women's basketball player and Hall of Famer Cheryl Miller (Mar. 13), who chats about scoring more than 100 points in a single game, her complicated relationship with her father, and her quest to finally defeat the Russian national team.

- former MLB pitcher Jim Palmer (Mar. 20), who opens up about growing up as an adopted child, winning three World Series Championships in three different decades, and his fiery relationship with Orioles' manager Earl Weaver.

- former MLB player and Hall of Famer George Brett (Mar. 27), who discusses his father's relentless expectations for success, his pursuit of a championship that kept slipping away, and chasing a .400 average during the cold war.

- professional golfer Greg Norman (Apr. 3), who speaks about his adventurous childhood, his rise to becoming the number one golfer in the world, and navigating the pressures of winning major championships.


Other Titles

  • Title for Seasons 1-5: Undeniable with Joe Buck
  • Title for Season 6: Undeniable with Dan Patrick

Production & Distribution

  • Produced by Wild West Productions


  • Manhattan Beach Studios - Los Angeles, California USA - Map It!