Amazon still plan to release documentary despite season suspension

Amazon will release their Tottenham Hotspur documentary this summer as planned.

Cameras have been filming behind the scenes with the north London club all season for an eight-part All or Nothing series.

The documentary is due to be released at the end of July and the Daily Mail report that Amazon are pressing ahead no matter the outcome of this season, which has been disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic.

The report says the production team believe they already have enough material to fill eight episodes.

The only question mark that remains is will it conclude with the suspension of the season due to coronavirus or if they are able to film once the season does resume.

The Amazon film crew continued to film at Spurs’ training ground until they were forced into lockdown, like the rest of the UK, earlier this week.

They are believed to have captured footage of Son Heung-min returning to the training ground following 14 days in self-isolation following his return from South Korea where he had surgery on an arm injury.

Content will not be lacking for this series of All or Nothing thanks to a rocky season on and off the pitch for Tottenham.

The first episode of the series is believed to feature unseen footage of Mauricio Pochettino’s sacking last November and him being replaced by Jose Mourinho.

Also captured was the aftermath of Eric Dier’s incident with a fan following their FA Cup defeat to Norwich where he climbed into the stands.

There has also been a number of poor on field performances that include their Carabao Cup defeat to League Two Colchester and the 7-2 thrashing at home to Bayern Munich in the Champions League.


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