Back in November, DirecTV's Audience Network debuted, 'The Religion of Sports.' The University of North Dakota will be featured on the show's second season.

The show which airs exclusively on DirecTV and has Tom Brady and Michael Strahan as its Executive Producers, is a documentary series that highlights areas of the world where people treat sport as if it were a religion.

The show after a successful first season just announced a second season. As part of the series, the documentary series will travel to Grand Forks which is home to, "50,000 people who eat, breathe and sleep ice hockey," according to a press release.

Unfortunately, the show is only available to DirecTV subscribers and is only available to stream for DirecTV (or AT&T) customers as well. All episodes are available On Demand on DIRECTV and U-verse platforms. AT&T Audience Network is available on DIRECTV Ch. 239 or U-verse TV Ch. 1114 and via live streaming on the DIRECTV and U-verse apps and DIRECTV NOW.

Audience Network has not yet revealed when the premiere of season 2 will begin.

[AT&T]