From a media release:
With an all-access pass to one of the world’s most elite athletes, HBO Canada laces up for P.K. SUBBAN SKATE PAST THE NOISE: THE OFF-SEASON, premiering Friday, Nov. 18 at 10 p.m. ET. The new Original Documentary is a Bell Media co-commission between premium English-language Pay TV service, The Movie Network, and leading French-language networks RDS and Canal D.
With a running time of just under an hour, this up-close-and-personal documentary tells the story of one of hockey’s biggest personalities and features unparalleled access to his inner circle. As Subban faces a major turning point in his career, the electric defenseman bids adieu to Montréal. The film follows Subban during the 2016 off-season while the star is at home in Toronto, preparing for the next chapter of his life and career in Nashville.
P.K. SUBBAN SKATE PAST THE NOISE: THE OFF-SEASON explores what it means to be P.K. Subban as he prepares for the season to come. Shining a light on what it takes to be a top professional athlete, the documentary includes interviews with Subban, rap superstar Snoop Dogg, and former Canadian sprinter – and Subban’s speed and agility coach – Ben Johnson.
P.K. SUBBAN SKATE PAST THE NOISE: THE OFF-SEASON will also be seen in French on Nov. 16 on Canal D at 7:30 p.m. ET and RDS at 8:30 p.m. ET. A 30-minute special edition including 15 minutes of never-before-seen content will be available on Bell Fibe TV1 channel, beginning Nov. 17.
In association with Bell Media, P.K. SUBBAN SKATE PAST THE NOISE: THE OFF-SEASON is produced by Productions KOTV III Inc. P.K. Subban, Alain Chicoine, Louis-Philippe Drolet, and Louis Morissette are Executive Producers. Alexandra Toulch and Jack Hackel are Co-Directors.
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