Newcastle reportedly set to feature on Amazon’s next ‘All or Nothing’ series 1 month ago

Newcastle reportedly set to feature on Amazon’s next ‘All or Nothing’ series

The Magpies will be the next Premier League club to feature on the hit docuseries.

Amazon have reportedly been filming behind the scenes at Newcastle United ahead of the new 'All or Nothing Series'.


Newcastle were linked with becoming the next Premier League side to feature in the docuseries, with Amazon allegedly trying to convince them to allow their cameras to be given access for the 2023/2024 season.

However, it was suggested that the streaming service could have their work cut out after claims that Newcastle had rejected a number of proposals from other production companies.

It has now been reported by Sky Sports reporter Keith Downie, however, that the series will look at the club as they attempt to win a trophy and qualify for the Champions League.

The Magpies are in search of one piece of silverware, facing Manchester United in the Carabao Cup final on February 26.


Downie tweeted on Wednesday: "Something I mentioned last night on @tfNUFC: Camera crews have been filming behind-the-scenes at Newcastle United for a four-part documentary to be shown on Amazon. The series will chart the club & its owners as they attempt to win a trophy & qualify for The Champ League."

As expected, the news has left fans of Newcastle excited about the prospect of being the next side under the spotlight.


One fan wrote: "OMFG it’s actually happening."

Another tweeted: "Can't wait to see this."


A third said: "This will be the best thing I’ve ever watched in my entire life."


This will be the fourth instalment of the Amazon docuseries. Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal are the other clubs that have given supporters an insight into day-to-day life at the clubs.

Rival streaming platform Netflix also produced a popular show with Newcastle's northeast rivals Sunderland called 'Sunderland 'Till I Die' as they followed the Black Cats through their Championship and League One campaigns.

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