Fresh off its second national championship in three years, Clemson is opening its doors to provide television viewers with a behind-the-scenes look at its football program.

Three days after its debut, the new ACC Network will broadcast a four-part series entitled "All In: The Clemson Football Family." The series kicks off on Sunday, Aug. 25 and runs through Wednesday, Aug. 28 in prime time.

Camera crews will have daily access to Clemson’s football activities along with a variety of off-the-field events as well as the Tigers prepare for their season-opener against Georgia Tech on Thursday, Aug. 29. Kick off is set for 8 p.m. on the ACC Network.

Clemson became the first Football Bowl Subdivision to go 15-0 after the Tigers defeated Alabama in the College Football Playoff National Championship Game on Jan. 7.

According to the ACC Network, viewers can expect to see the team preparations both on the practice field and inside the football complex along with team dinners and various fun activities including bowling, golf simulator and more. Fans can also expect to follow athletes during their summer internships and service trips.

“We knew early on that we wanted to do something special with Clemson,” said Stacie McCollum, senior director of programming and acquisitions. “We wanted to showcase the people and culture behind the program’s success as they prepare to defend their national title. Access programming and storytelling will be hallmarks of this network, and the opportunity to feature the Tigers in our first series is a testament to that commitment. Anyone who loves college football will enjoy this series.”

“I am excited to share some of the special moments from this offseason with Tiger nation — as we all get ready for another great year of Clemson football,” Clemson coach Dabo Swinney said.

The ACC Network is set to launch on Aug. 22 with a schedule that includes 14 live football games during the first three weeks of the season, starting with the season opener for the defending national champion Clemson against Georgia Tech.

ESPN has been working to set up distribution deals for the network with Altice, Verizon, DirecTV and Hulu Live all agreeing to carry the fledgling network. Comcast, Dish Network and AT&T U-Verse are also in talks to potentially carry the network, according to John Ourand of the Sports Business Journal.

ESPN expects more agreements to be settled closer to the network’s launch date.