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Favorite Netflix football docuseries: 'Last Chance U' vs. 'QB1: Beyond the Lights'?

"Last Chance U" and "QB1" are the two crown jewels in Netflix's deep football library and it's not hard to see why. "Last Chance U" follows the the victories and struggles of talented, but troubled JUCO football players trying to redeem themselves and getting their NFL dreams back on track. "QB1: Beyond the Lights" tracks a group of the most talented high school quarterbacks in country as they finish their senior seasons and make the jump to collegiate football. Which docuseries is your favorite? 🏈

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Here is what SB Nations' Jason Kirk had to say about 'Last Chance U' when it debuted in 2016:

The show is a carefully crafted drama with personalities to care about. College teams control so much of what we see that it's jarring to hear coaches deliver actual rants on camera for a change. Here, players speak like humans whose goals have everything or nothing to do with football, sometimes at the same time.

Tylt sports editor Daniel Tran talks with award-winning filmmakers Marc and Dan Levin about "I Promise," a docuseries following the first year of LeBron James' public school for at-risk kids. Check it out!

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Here is what Decider's John Serba had to say about season 3 of "QB1: Beyond the Lights"

Although the behavior of on-screen participants still can be affected by the presence of a camera, this journalistic style and approach is about as close to objective as a Netflix-produced doc can get; it thankfully avoids all the trappings of canned and glossy reality TV. This first episode contrasts the external — and sometimes all-too-adult — pressures these young men face with footage of teenagers goofing around like all teenagers do. Nothing is stated outright, but the dynamic is clear and present, in the subtext of a tightly edited collection of sequences. QB1 isn’t flashy, but it’s quietly extraordinary.
FINAL RESULTS
Sports
Favorite Netflix football docuseries: 'Last Chance U' vs. 'QB1: Beyond the Lights'?
A festive crown for the winner
Last Chance U
QB1:Beyond the Lights