LeBron James is set to executive produce a three-part docuseries for Showtime called Shut Up and Dribble, a reference to an insult hurled at the Los Angeles Lakers star by Fox News host Laura Ingraham. In announcing the news Monday, Showtime said the series will focus on the role that athletes, particularly those in the NBA, are playing in “our fraught cultural and political environment.” James will serve as an executive producer alongside Maverick Carter, while Gotham Chopra will direct the series, which will premiere in October. James, who recently won praise for opening an $8 million public school for at-risk youth in Ohio, has been outspoken in his criticism of President Trump and has been on the receiving end of personal insults by Trump and his followers. Just this weekend, Trump attacked the basketball star on Twitter after he made critical comments to CNN. The title of the docuseries stems from a similar incident in February, when conservative pundit Ingraham urged James and other NBA players to “shut up and dribble” instead of commenting on politics.