Racket Boys is back for a second season! This documentary series about the physical and mental illnesses that performers face will be airing on Netflix soon. The show features interviews from some of the best racket boys in the world, as well as their coaches, doctors, and loved ones. You’ll get to see what it’s like when your body starts failing you due to injury or illness.
Sometime in 2022.
Cast and characters:
– Sam: The racket boy in the show has to come back from a back injury that left him paralyzed and unable to walk.
– Coach Tyson: His coach, mentor, and father figure during his recovery period.
– Courtney: Sam’s girlfriend of five years who supports him through everything no matter what it takes or costs her.
– Dad: Sam’s father, who is a racket boy for the Philadelphia Freedoms team.
– Doctor: He specializes in treating racket boys and orthopedic surgeons, I had to come up with his name so he’ll be introduced later on.
Doctor: Dr. Lisa Spahn (Coach)
The racket boy was a rising star among his team in Philadelphia. Until one day, he had to come back from an injury that left him paralyzed and unable to walk. He lost all of the capabilities of being able to play racketball again, but with determination and support from his girlfriend Courtney (who is also playing racket), he tried his luck at racketball again.
The racket boy is back on the court with his team, he’s finally made it to be a full-time player and can’t wait for what comes next. But when things start happening that are not good for him or Courtney, they must both decide if this life is worth living anymore.
In season two of racket boys, we follow the story of a man named Sean. He is an athlete who has had to overcome many tough injuries in his life and career so far. From playing racketball on the court as a professional player with Team Philadelphia until he lost all ability to move from an injury that left him paralyzed-Sean was still determined to make it back.
The physical and mental illnesses that these racket boys face every day are no easy task, but what they do is much more than just playing racketball on the court. It’s about their stories about who they really were before and now after injury or illness has taken over part of them, making it hard for them to do what they love.
Sean’s story is just one of many racket boys that we follow for this documentary series about the physical and mental illnesses these performers face each day as well as their stories, who they really were before, and now after injury or illness has taken over part of them making it hard for them to do the things they love.
In racket boys season two, Sean and his teammates remain strong in the face of relentless adversity to show that they’re not just a team but a family.”