A new Tottenham Hotspur documentary series is coming to Amazon Prime
A new series of Amazon's sports docuseries All or Nothing will once again shed light on the behind the scenes drama of a top flight sporting campaign.
All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur is expected to be released in the second half of 2020, and will chart Mauricio Pochettino's downfall, the hopeful return of one Jose Mourinho, and the club's move to a brand new stadium.
Here's everything you need to know about it.
What happens in All or Nothing?
The series is set to begin with Tottenham in the doldrums, suffering a heartbreaking defeat to Liverpool in the Champions' League final.
Following a slow start to the 2019-20 season, manager Mauricio Pochettino is sacked after a string of losses, and the club brings in José Mourinho in the hope of turning things around.
Tottenham then endure a disappointing season, and end up eighth in the suspended Premier League table. Play was consequently stopped due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Insiders have reportedly described the series as containing more drama and conflict than the previous series of All or Nothing, released in 2018.
How has coronavirus affected production?
Before it was even confirmed that the suspended Premier League season would continue after its Covid-19 inspired pause, it was reported that production would continue on the show, and that it would air in 2020, even if the season was declared null and void.
The production team said they were confident they already had enough material before the league's shutdown, and that the season's pause would only affect whether or not the last episode concludes with the suspension of the season, or Tottenham's final matches.
Amazon's crew filmed at Spurs' training ground right up until the Government's lockdown on 23 March, and even captured footage of striker Son Heung-min reporting for duty after 14 days in self-isolation, following a trip to South Korea for arm surgery.
When can I watch it?
All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur is expected to be available on Amazon Prime Video in the second half of 2020, although Amazon has given no clarification, beyond saying the series is “coming soon.”
Manchester City’s series aired in mid-August 2018, and so Spurs' run could do the same.
It has previously been reported that the series was due to finish at the end of July 2020, though the coronavirus crisis could have had a knock-on effect.