Manchester City crushed it in 2017-18, setting all sorts of records on the way to the Premier League crown. It was one of the greatest seasons in England history, and fortunately for fans of the beautiful game Amazon filmed it all for the docuseries "All Or Nothing: Manchester City."
Amazon Prime Original will bring "All Or Nothing: Manchester City" to Amazon Prime members later this summer, joining a list of other Prime Original series including “All Or Nothing: The Dallas Cowboys,” “All Or Nothing: The Michigan Wolverines” and the forthcoming “All Or Nothing: New Zealand All Blacks.”
I guess when it comes to Prime Originals, the word original doesn’t apply to the show titles.
Nonetheless, "All Or Nothing: Manchester City" comes to us at an excellent time after Pep Guardiola’s team eviscerated the Premier League. This docuseries will take fans behind the scenes and include interviews with management, boardroom meetings and “other surprise moments across the season,” according to a news release.
We can’t wait to see more about what Guardiola is like coaching his players and in the locker room and more access to super stars like Kevin de Bruyne, Sergio Aguero and Gabriel Jesus is always welcome. And whatever the hell Benjamin Mendy was up to throughout the season, we want to know.
Unfortunately, we don’t have an "All Or Nothing: Manchester City" release date just yet, other than “soon.” The All Blacks series premiers June 1, so that’s an option for City. It could also arrive after the World Cup to fill the void between the end of the tournament and the start of the next Premier League season.
Man City fans will have to have an Amazon Prime membership to watch the series or at the very least no someone with a membership who is willing to share his or her password.