Amazon Releases Trailer For Docuseries “All Or Nothing: Juventus”

BEVERLY HILLS, February 23, (THEWILL) – Amazon Prime Video, the American subscription video-on-demand over-the-top streaming and rental service of Amazon, has revealed a trailer for their upcoming docuseries “All or Nothing: Juventus”, which promises to focus on I Bianconeri’s 2020/21 season as it evolves.

This is not the first rodeo of its kind for the service. Fascinating previous series have involved Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur, Bayern Munich and the Brazilian national team. However, Juve will be the first in Italy open their doors to the Amazon film crew and cameras.

Amazon took to the online video-sharing platform, YouTube, to unveil the first trailer of the series, which offers interested viewers a behind-the-scenes perspective at the 2020/21 season in all its turbulent glory and glamour.

The Italian giants parted ways with their title-winning Italian manager Maurizio Sarri after the previous season in a bid to bring about change for the club. In his stead, they hired a club legend, Andrea Pirlo, who had only been made the Under-23 manager for Juve.

Pirlo has a tough start that was shrouded by a peripheral fortune of going 14 games unbeaten at the start of the new Serie A season. Behind that glossy facade was a set of eight draws and that tally of dropped points meant the Old Lady was suddenly playing catch-up to the Milan rivals of Inter and AC.

It was not long before rumours of Pirlo’s potential departure surfaced in October, after only five games into the legends senior managerial tenure. It did not help that, at the time, former Juve manager Massimiliano Allegri was available and his name came up repeatedly as a viable replacement for the less experienced Pirlo.

But, it never happened and the former midfielder has gradually and painstakingly managed to turn things around. It required a tactical change from a 3-5-2 to more of a flat 4-4-2. This helped Pirlo steady the ship at the Allianz Stadium, and see his side slowly start to climb their way back into a title challenge in the league.

In Europe, Juve have had more memorable moments to savour, not least the 3-0 win over Barcelona at Camp Nou which saw them seal top spot in their Champions League group and take in the pleasure of their forward, Cristiano Ronaldo one-upping his persistent rival, Barca’s Lionel Messi. In his normal fashion, Ronaldo powered his way through his former rivals, and ever since things have been trending upwards for Pirlo’s side.

The trailer did not say exactly when this latest documentary will be released. But, it made for to whet the appetite with the promise that it is: “Coming in 2021”.