GREEN BAY – Fans who need something Packers-related to do while staying safe at home can tune in to "Legacy: 100 Seasons of the Green Bay Packers."

The Packers will air one episode of the documentary every Thursday for 10 weeks on, the Packers Facebook page and the Packers YouTube channel, beginning at 7 p.m. Thursday.

The Packers first released the 10-part documentary in February on the Apple TV, Roku and Amazon Fire TV streaming services. It also was available on Blu-ray disc.

The series is a decade-by-decade recounting of the Packers' first 100 years. Each episode is between one and two hours long because, let's face it, some decades were better than others. It should be noted that episode four will be on Wednesday, April 22, because the NFL draft begins that Thursday, April 23.

The documentary is narrated by Packers TV Network broadcaster Kevin Harlan, who also is the son of former Packers President and CEO Bob Harlan. It features historic photos and video, some of it never seen before and some provided by the Press-Gazette, as well as interviews with current and former players, coaches, staff and community members. 

Fans also can take part in weekly history quizzes at One winner per week will receive a Blu-ray boxed set of the documentary. Fans also can join a virtual viewing party and conversations on social media using the hashtag #PackersLegacy.

Cliff Christl, Packers team historian and former Press-Gazette and Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Packers beat writer, provided historical guidance for the series.

Legacy was produced by the Packers in partnership with Khrome, an Elevate97 agency based in Green Bay. Associated Bank is the sponsor.

Contact Richard Ryman at (920) 431-8342 or Follow him on Twitter at @RichRymanPG, on Instagram at  @rrymanPG or  on Facebook at

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