Tottenham Hotspur’s All or Nothing documentary to be released on August 31
The release date for Amazon Prime’s eagerly anticipated “Tottenham: All or Nothing” documentary has been confirmed.
The documentary series covering an eventful 2019/20 campaign at Tottenham Hotspur was penned for a release in July. However, the elongated season due to the coronavirus pandemic meant that the release date had to be pushed forward.
Now, it has been confirmed that the first three episodes of the docuseries will air on the 31st of August. Two further blocks of three episodes will drop on Amazon Prime Video on 7 September and 14 September.
The streaming giants also released a trailer ahead of the release. It shows the arrival of manager Jose Mourinho in November last year, with the first episode seemingly centred on him taking over the reins from Mauricio Pochettino.
It will also cover other major events such as Pochettino’s sacking, Harry Kane’s serious knee injury, Christian Eriksen’s transfer in the January transfer window, Eric Dier confronting a fan in the stands, as well as the club’s response to the coronavirus pandemic among other things.
You can check out the trailer below.
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Manchester City became the first Premier League club to take part in Amazon’s All or Nothing docuseries in 2018. The Arizona Cardinals, the Los Angeles Rams and the Dallas Cowboys of the NFL, the New Zealand All Blacks are the other franchises to have taken part in the documentary series in the past.