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Following the global success of Manchester City's original 'All Or Nothing' documentary, it is believed that Bundesliga side Borussia Dortmund will be the latest football club to feature in a 'behind the scenes' series.
Netflix made their first foray into football originals with 'First Team: Juventus' last year and months later, the Premier League champions decided to get involved in a game-changing documentary series on Prime.
No stone was left unturned in the documentary, from the dressing room, training ground and manager's office, as well as exclusive interviews with players and staff.
And now Amazon will reportedly host a Dortmund documentary in a 4-6 part series, giving fans access to training sessions and dressing room action, as well as access to the team bus, according to German publication BILD.
Amazon were given unprecedented access throughout Manchester City's historic 2017/18 campaign, and their eight-part series launched in August, which may suggest a similar time frame for the upcoming release.
In terms of the documentary, it will highlight Lucien Favre's side's journey in the Bundesliga, where they almost snatched the title from Bayern Munich, but missed out by just two points.
Dortmund also reached the Round of 16 in the UEFA Champions League after topping Group A, but defeat to finalists Tottenham knocked them out of the competition.
Marco Reus topped the goalscoring charts with 21 goals, while Paco Alcacer scored 18 in the league.
If this happens, this is sure to be a cracking watch.
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