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The Trailer For 'Sunderland Till I Die: Season Two' Has Been Released

Ryan Sidle

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The Trailer For 'Sunderland Till I Die: Season Two' Has Been Released

Netlfix's 'Sunderland Till I Die' returns for a second series on April 1st, no it's not a wind up, and now you can get a first look of it thanks to the trailer.

The first season was a really incredible insight into how a football club gets run, especially one that is in the middle of a crisis, as Sunderland dropped down from the Championship to League One in the 2017/18 season.

Now the new second series will be coming to screens soon and will feature their attempt to get out of the third tier, that includes two trips to Wembley.


As per the Sunderland Echo this series is shorter than the first, being just six episodes instead of the previous eight, and the fourth episode will focus on the club's Checkatrade Trophy run.

The run saw one of the Black Cats two trips to the national stadium, where they faced Portsmouth in the final, with the other trip coming in the play-offs.

After failing to get promoted automatically the Wearside club had to get through the knockout system to get back into the Championship, and it's fair to say Charlton fans will be looking forward to that episode more than Sunderland supporters.

Gone are the previous owners, who left at the end of the first series, including chief executive Martin Bain, who was a highlight of the documentary, and in comes new owner Stewart Donald and his task of rebuilding the club following back-to-back relegations.

They'll also be no Chris Coleman to tell supporters he can't be a 'pr*ck' because he's a father after the Welshman left the Stadium of Light before the end of the first season.

Jack Ross starts the season in charge of the club but, just like series one, there will be a change of manager part way through.


With the football season currently suspended due to the Covid-19 pandemic fans are really in need of a fix of drama and, even though most will know the outcome, 'Sunderland Till I Die' season two is coming at a perfect point.

Topics: Television, Football News, Sunderland, League One, Premier League, England, Netflix, championship

Ryan Sidle
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