Beckham, LeBron co-producing docuseries on Inter Miami
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David Beckham is teaming up with LeBron James for a documentary series about his new MLS franchise.

Beckham's newly formed media venture, Studio 99, has inked a development agreement with Uninterrupted - the company founded by James and Maverick Carter. The two will co-produce a series following the journey of Inter Miami from conception to their spring 2020 launch, according to Todd Spangler of Variety.

The series is one of several documentary projects in development by Studio 99 that will cover the worlds of sports, travel, and fashion.

"I have always enjoyed creating content of all kinds and working on set with creative people," Beckham said. "It's amazing to see what guys that I admire so much, like LeBron and Maverick, have achieved. It's inspired me to see what's possible in my world. It's just very cool to be working with friends and meeting so many new people who are doing great things and want (to) create exciting new projects with us."

James posted this message on his Instagram story Wednesday:

Studio 99's name is an homage to 1999, which was the year Beckham married Victoria Adams, welcomed his first child, and won the treble with Manchester United.

Beckham, LeBron co-producing docuseries on Inter Miami
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