Tottenham Hotspur agree to Amazon documentary series charting 2019/20 season

The club will be the focus of Amazon's All or Nothing documentary series

Luke Brown
Friday 18 October 2019 14:25
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Tottenham Hotspur will be the focus of the latest Amazon Original documentary series All or Nothing, with the show chronicling the club’s 2019/20 season.

The multi-part video series promises to offer viewers “unprecedented behind-the-scenes access” into Tottenham’s season, as well as “unique insight into the day-to-day workings of the football club”.

The documentary will follow Amazon’s first ever live broadcasts of Premier League matches, in December, as well as the successful first season of their All or Nothing series, which followed Manchester City’s victorious 2017/18 campaign.

“This is an exciting time to be a part of our football club and Amazon will be joining us on this journey during the current season,” Tottenham’s Head of Business Development, Aidan Mullally, said in a statement.

“From showcasing the emotions we experience in the lead up to and at every game, to the efforts we are making to drive real change in our home of Tottenham, to our key partnership with the NFL, we are excited to share our unique story.”

Georgia Brown, Director of European Originals, Amazon Studios, added: “We are delighted to be embarking on this journey with Tottenham Hotspur and delivering another extraordinary look at one of the most exciting teams in the Premier League.

All or Nothing has become a franchise defined by true quality and unprecedented access, and that will be no different with this series. We can’t wait for Prime members worldwide to again experience the highs and lows of a world-class team in the greatest football league on earth.”

The documentary series has come at possibly the best time for Amazon and worst time for Tottenham.

The club have made a disastrous start to the new campaign, losing three of their opening eight Premier League matches. Spurs were meanwhile dumped out of the Carabao Cup by League Two side Colchester and suffered a humiliating 7-2 Champions League defeat by Bayern Munich.

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