The trailer for Manchester City’s docu-series chronicling their run to a record-breaking Premier League title in May has been released today.
Produced by Amazon Prime Video, All or Nothing: Manchester City focuses on the title-winning team’s season led by Pep Guardiola, with a level of access the usually private manager has seldom granted the media.
The trailer features Guardiola chastising his team in the changing room, footage of the Spaniard working while travelling by train, and fun clips of the squad singing Oasis’ Wonderwall on the team’s plane.
The £10 million production deal for the behind-the-scenes access had to be approved through the Premier League in order to get permission from broadcasters Sky Sports and BT Sport.
Despite this being granted, the club did come up against opposition in December 2017, as Manchester United blocked them from filming the derby fixture at Old Trafford.
Both Sky Sports and BT Sport own the largest share of the £4.55bn broadcasting packages for Premier League fixtures over the next three years but Amazon bought its own right to show 20 games a season in June, marking a notable shift in the a market once dominated by Sky.
The eight-part series will be available to watch from August 17 for Prime Video members.