Amazon Prime Video has announced its latest sports documentary, which will explore the Saudi-owned football club, Newcastle United. The as-yet-untitled series will be produced by 72 Films in collaboration with Lorton Entertainment.
The documentary will not form part of Amazon's "All or Nothing" series, which previously focused on Arsenal, Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur. Instead, the upcoming documentary will provide a unique insight into Newcastle United's team management, on-field performance and fan culture.
A spokesperson for Amazon Prime Video stated that they are thrilled to partner with 72 Films and Lorton Entertainment to bring viewers an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at one of England's most iconic football clubs. They added that the docuseries would offer unprecedented access to the inner workings of a team owned by Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund.
Newcastle United is widely considered one of English football's most passionate clubs with a sizable fan base known for their unwavering support. The club was acquired by Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund last year and has since undergone significant changes both on and off the field.
No release date has been announced yet for this upcoming docuseries but it is expected to premiere later this year exclusively on Amazon Prime Video. Football fans worldwide are eagerly anticipating its arrival as it promises to offer an in-depth look at one of England’s most fascinating football clubs from top-to-bottom.
In conclusion, this new addition to Amazon’s collection looks like another hit in making for all those who love watching documentaries related to sports teams' cultures and management styles!