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Arsenal are set to be the latest Premier League side to get a fly on the wall documentary, with Amazon's 'All or Nothing' cameras following the team next season.
Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur have both previously had their progress in a Premier League season followed by Amazon, with differing success.
Everything went smoothly for City in their 2017/18 season, with the club winning the league on 100 points, whilst Spurs' year with the cameras coincided with the club sacking Mauricio Pochettino, hiring Jose Mourinho, having the season interrupted by Covid and finishing sixth in the league.
Now it's going to be Mikel Arteta's team who have the cameras focused on them, and the Arsenal boss should be used to it, having been Pep Guardiola's assistant back in 2017.
The news was reported by Deadline, who say that the show will come out sometime in 2022, after the cameras have finished following the Gunners' season.
Mark Gonnella, Arsenal's Media and Communications Director told the American publication, "We are looking forward to giving our fans around the world a unique insight into how we work day to day.
"We have one of the biggest global followings in the game and one consistent thing we hear from fans is their desire to see more about what happens behind closed doors at the club.
"All or Nothing will give our fans and sport lovers an opportunity to learn more about what makes Arsenal such a special club, our trophy laden history and our ambitions for future success."
It could be a very important season for Arteta and there must be at least some chance he goes the way of Pochettino and sees his sacking taking place on camera.
Arsenal's elimination by Villarreal in the Europa League semi final back in May actually made the former Everton midfielder the third favourite Premier League boss to lose his job, according to the bookies.
Only Nuno Espirito Santo and Roy Hodgson were considered more likely to lose their jobs and they've both since left.
Arsenal also finished way down in eighth in the league last season and the bookies actually think it's more likely they'll get relegated than win the league!
Even Amazon seem to be hinting at the fact the drama of the club's recent form, mixed in with vocal fans such as AFTV, will make for good viewing.
"Arsenal is a historic club going through a fascinating period, and we can't wait to take viewers behind-the-scenes on the journey of this crucial season," said Dan Grabiner, Head of UK Originals, Amazon Studios.
Let the chaos begin!
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