Tottenham Hotspur announced Friday that the club will be the focus of the Amazon Original docuseries “All or Nothing.” The multi-episode series will cover both the men’s and women’s teams’ 2019-20 seasons with exclusive behind-the-scenes access and unique storytelling. According to the official release, the new stadium will be a large emphasize of the show:
Away from the pitch, the docuseries will focus on the unique aspects of the Club, including its extensive work and impact in helping to transform the local area and showcasing the workings of our world-class stadium, with its ground-breaking multi-use functionality allowing it to play host to all our first team fixtures as well as a raft of major sport and entertainment events throughout the course of the season including the recent successful launch of NFL matches in Tottenham and Saracens’ annual Premiership Rugby ‘Big Game’ fixture next year.
“All or Nothing” began in 2016 with a season-long following of the NFL’s Arizona Cardinals. Since then, Amazon has tracked three other NFL teams, the Michigan Wolverines college football team, and the New Zealand All Blacks. Most notably, “All or Nothing” followed the 2018-19 Manchester City side who set a Premier League record with 100 points.
Some supporters will be hesitant of this series given the squad’s lackadaisical start to the campaign and uncertainties across the organization, but this is a win for the club. Tottenham will receive great exposure from the series, and fans will get a glimpse into aspects of the team that are rarely shown elsewhere. If this season does go horribly awry, Amazon will be there to capture it all.
No official release date has been announced, but the series should debut some time following the conclusion of the season in 2020.