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Tottenham, Bayern Munich and Manchester are among the other clubs who've agreed to take part in the behind-the-scenes documentary - but Juventus boast a bigger star than all of them (and we don't mean Wojciech Szczcsny).
Cristiano Ronaldo is shown training, laughing with teammates and - of course - looking suitably furious in the Juve dressing room, as he stamps his feet.
The trailer also features new Juventus boss Andrea Pirlo, club legend Gianluigi Buffon, Dutch defender Matthijs de Ligt and more - all over a suitability empowering musical score.
What's particularly intriguing is that Juve's 'All Or Nothing' is focused on the 2020/21 season, which so far isn't going according to plan.
Despite Ronaldo's impressive goal return, the Italian champions are up against it in Serie A - currently third and eight points behind Inter Milan. Juventus also lost the first leg of their Champions League last-16 tie 2-1 in Porto.
Pirlo is under pressure despite his pedigree as a player - and perhaps the smiling, suited, impossibly cool man we see in the trailer might look a bit more ragged and frustrated as the series progresses.
Of course, with all of these series, the club has a big say in what is and isn't shown (sorry to shatter the illusion).
But they tend to be most intriguing when things go a bit wrong. Such as the Spurs 2019/20 season when Mauricio Pochettino was let go and Jose Mourinho came in - then had some choice words for Dele Alli.
According to the official Juve press release, the series will bring: "The excitement of the pitch, the stories that revolve around a match, but also the everyday life of the first team and the club.
"Everything you would expect to see will be told, and everything you don't expect to see will be revealed, allowing you to enter the world like never before.
"This new docuseries will take spectators on an amazing and exciting journey, delving deep into all the various phases of the season, which will soon reach its most defining moments in the coming months."
Sounds great. Just show us as many Cristiano Ronaldo goals and meltdowns as possible and we will all be happy.
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