Taylor Swift’s ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ Rerecording Featured in New Episode of Apple TV+ Patriots Series

The new Reputation era begins now. A preview of Taylor Swift‘s rerecording of her 2017 Billboard Hot 100 chart-topper “Look What You Made Me Do” from her upcoming Reputation (Taylor’s Version) album is featured in the new episode of the Apple TV+ 10-part sports docuseries The Dynasty: New England Patriots.

According to People magazine, the “Taylor’s Version” of “Look” is featured in a clip in which former Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola talks about legendary QB Tom Brady’s comeback after the “Deflategate” cheating controversy of 2015; the Indianapolis Colts accused the Patriots of using underinflated balls during that year’s AFC championship game.

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“The king is back. Here he goes. Watch him get pissed off and go,” Amendola says in the “Under Pressure” episode that debuts on Friday (March 8) as the reboot version of “Look What You Made Me Do” plays in the background. It’s not the first time Swift has given a sneak peek at the lead single from the 2017 album that is next in line in her series of “Version” re-recordings of her back catalog.

Last summer, the teaser for the Amazon Original psychological thriller Wilderness featured the “Look What You Made Me Do” refresh throughout its trailer; the release date for the Reputation re-record has not yet been announced. Swift also previewed the re-recording of “Delicate (Taylor’s Version)” in an episode of the second season of the Prime Video series The Summer I Turned Pretty last year.

Swift is preparing to release her 11th studio album, The Tortured Poets Department, on April 19. The singer is in the midst of releasing Taylor’s Version versions of her albums on former label Big Machine, which so far include re-dos of Fearless (2021), Red (2021), Speak Now (2023) and 1989 (2023).