Graham spends the day with Emmy award-winning actor Jon Hamm in Los Angeles to discuss his late-blooming acting career and childhood trials coping with death. The Mad Men star looks back on his transition from varsity athlete to theater lead, a bout with depression, the end of his most iconic acting role and more. We also hear from a mentor and a close family friend as they share early indicators of his success. Plus, Graham and Jon cap off the day with a trip to the batting cages.
Graham travels to North Carolina to the home of Dale Earnhardt Jr. for the NASCAR icon's first extensive interview about the numerous concussions that forced his early retirement. Dale Jr. candidly shares why he kept concussion symptoms a secret for so long and the intense rehab endured alongside his wife Amy to return to the track for a final season. Plus, Kelley Earnhardt Miller discusses her and Dale's upbringing with a father who prioritized his career over family and Mike Davis shows Graham around Dale Jr.'s sprawling, 200-acre property.
This week, Graham travels to New York to sit down with Super Bowl champ turned Emmy-winning TV star, Michael Strahan. The seven-time Pro Bowler reflects on his move from daytime TV to morning news, predicts his eventual retirement and reflects on 15 years with the Giants. Strahan also discusses his childhood in Germany and a deep conversation with his father that changed everything. Plus, Pro Bowler Jessie Armstead offers his perspective as a longtime teammate and describes Strahan's drastically different temperament on the football field.