Arsenal: All Or Nothing – release date CONFIRMED for Gunners new Amazon Prime Video documentary | The SunJune 29, 2022
ARSENAL fans are in store for a treat this year with the release of their All Or Nothing documentary.
The critically-acclaimed series will show behind the scenes footage of what has already been a memorable 2021/22 season – from the Nottingham Forest humbling to the departure of ex-captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
- All Or Nothing: Arsenal – watch on Amazon Prime with 30-day free trial
The likes of Man City, Tottenham, Bayern Munich and Juventus have all had the fly-on-the-wall style docuseries track their progress for a season.
And Arsenal legend Thierry Henry has suggested it may even be "too much" for some players.
Henry, 44, told Prime Video: “For the fans it’s amazing to see what is happening behind closed doors.
"For some players it may be too much.
"But I think it’s good for people on the outside to have an insight.
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"Thank God they didn’t have that when I was playing… it would’ve certainly been entertaining.”
When is All Or Nothing: Arsenal released?
Arsenal and Amazon have confirmed that the hugely-anticipated doc will be released on Thursday, August 4, 2022.
Cameras will follow the Gunners around this season providing brand new insight into Mikel Arteta's squad.
Amazon have also announced the staggered release of the episodes:
- Episodes 1-3 – Thursday August 4
- Episodes 4-6 – Thursday August 11
- Episodes 7-8 – Thursday August 18
How can I watch All Or Nothing: Arsenal?
All Or Nothing: Arsenal will be shown on Amazon Prime Video.
Amazon Prime Video typically costs £7.99 a month, but can be watched for free by grabbing a 30-day Amazon Prime trial.
You can cancel at any time during the month-long trial and Amazon Prime Video is available to stream on your mobile, tablet, TV or games console.
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