A chance to get a look at Ronaldo and company up close.
So far, Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur have both already got the Amazon Prime documentary treatment, with differing results.
City’s looked at an incredible season which saw them win the league and garner 100 Premier League points in the process.
Then it was Spurs’ turn, and while they saw absolutely no success (in fact it was a disaster of a season), it was definitely more entertaining.
A look at Jose Mourinho desperately trying to get a team into the Top 4, all while battling bad injury luck and Covid? Box office.
Next up to the bat is Juventus, for what will undeniably be an interesting watch.
The latest season of All or Nothing will follow the Italian giants through the current 2020/21 season.
It has been a disappointing season for the Old Lady so far, though it will be fascinating to see rookie coach Andrea Pirlo managing one of the biggest clubs in the world through such difficult times.
Plus, we should all know better than to write Cristiano Ronaldo off, even if it does like they may be heading out of Europe and out of the title race.
The official bio states that it will “unpack the level of perseverance, the effort and the dedication needed to compete at the very highest level, granting fans close-up access to the players, the staff and the management.”
All or Nothing: Juventus will launch exclusively on Prime Video in 2021.
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