Netflix announced the upcoming documentary “Sly,” directed by Thom Zimny, known for “Springsteen on Broadway.” The film, set to premiere in November, delves into the extensive career of Sylvester Stallone, the acclaimed actor-writer-director-producer. From his iconic characters in “Rocky” and “Rambo” to his recent reality series “The Family Stallone” on Paramount+, the documentary provides an intimate exploration of Stallone’s journey. Reflecting his inspirational underdog story, it celebrates the indelible characters he has brought to life.
Produced by Sean Stuart, with Maren Domzalski and Adrienne Gerard as co-producers, “Sly” is executive produced by Stallone himself, along with Bill Zanker, Sam Delcanto, Braden Aftergood, Jon Beyer, Tom Forman, and Jenny Daly.
Stallone, who has been vocal about his role as a producer in the “Rocky” franchise, hinted that his current series, “Tulsa King,” may mark one of his final acting roles. While working on projects like the TV show “Tenderloin” and an Edgar Allen Poe biopic titled “Poe,” Stallone expressed doubts about his future in acting. He referred to Taylor Sheridan’s “Tulsa King” as a potential swan song.
About Sly TV Show
"Sly" is a documentary film produced by Netflix and directed by Thom Zimny, focusing on the remarkable career of Sylvester Stallone. From his breakthrough role in "Rocky" to his iconic characters in films like "Rambo" and "The Expendables," the documentary provides an intimate look at Stallone's journey as an actor-writer-director-producer. It explores his inspirational underdog story, showcasing the indelible characters he has brought to life on screen. Through interviews, behind-the-scenes footage, and personal reflections, "Sly" celebrates Stallone's enduring impact on the entertainment industry and offers a compelling glimpse into his remarkable legacy.Keep track of the cancel/renew status of all your favorite shows. Check out and bookmark our TV shows cancelled in 2019-20 season and TV shows renewed for 2020-21 season lists.