Arsenal All or Nothing: New episodes release date and how to watch on Amazon Prime

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Arsenal All or Nothing: New episodes release date and how to watch on Amazon Prime

Arsenal are the latest subject of a fly-on-the-wall sports documentary series, which have seemingly become all the rage over recent years.

The success of ‘All or Nothing’ in the NFL and the boom created by smash hits such as Netflix’s Drive to Survive has led to a surge in interest in such programming from a football perspective.

Manchester City, Tottenham and Juventus, as well as the New Zealand men’s rugby team, have all been given this treatment in past years, with the glare of the Amazon Prime cameras having most recently been centred on Arsenal.

The series will focus on the Gunners’ eventful 2021/22 campaign, which saw them flounder terribly out of the gate before bouncing back in style to take control of the race for fourth place in the Premier League, which they eventually ceded to north London rivals Tottenham in agonising fashion to miss out on a Champions League return on the final day.

The much-anticipated first trailer for the series dropped earlier this summer, with a dramatic 24-second clip encapsulating what was a dramatic, topsy-turvy season. The full official trailer showed Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang lose his captain’s armband with training-ground scraps and pensive-looking players featuring aplenty.

Arsenal players attend the Global Premiere of “All or Nothing: Arsenal” at Islington Assembly Hall (Dave Benett)
Arsenal players attend the Global Premiere of “All or Nothing: Arsenal” at Islington Assembly Hall (Dave Benett)

All or Nothing: Arsenal release dates

The first three episodes of the documentary series were released by Amazon Prime on Thursday, August 4.

Episodes four to six will then be made available to watch a week later, on Thursday August 11.

The final pair of episodes, seven and eight, are due for release the following Thursday, August 18.

How to watch All or Nothing: Arsenal

The ‘All or Nothing’ documentaries are made by Amazon Studios and broadcast via the Amazon Prime platform.

Fans will have to sign up to Amazon Prime Video to watch the series, with a monthly subscription currently costing £7.99 a month in the UK.

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