All or Nothing: Arsenal has been 'eye-opening' for fans as the curtain is lifted on Mikel Arteta's management.
The first three episodes of the eight episode documentary series dropped on August 4. Eagerly picked up by fans, the first episodes cover Arsenal new signings as the season kicked off, the North London Derby, and the young squad's win over the Spur.
Confidence is high among the team but the subsequent losses to Liverpool and Everton changes the atmosphere of the locker room.
While fans no doubt know how the season turns out for Arsenal, the insight into Arteta's attempts to keep the team together and motivated as Gooners lost hope in the squad is fascinating.
Youtuber KSI said on Twitter that the series 'humanises the club'. He added: "As an Arsenal fan, I know how much of an asshole we can be. So this opens up another perspective."
I really do love the All or Nothing Arsenal Documentary because it humanises the club. From the owners to the managers to the players to everyone that works there.— ksi (@KSI) August 4, 2022
As an Arsenal fan, I know how much of an asshole we can be. So this opens up another perspective.
The series is not one to miss out on, especially considering the fact it is narrated by none other than Arsenal fan and BAFTA Award-winning actor, Daniel Kaluuya.
Previous All or Nothing series have been narrated by the likes of Tom Hardy for Spurs and even Sir Ben Kingsley for Manchester City.
When will new episodes release?
All episodes of the eight-part series will be released and available on Amazon Prime Video across the world. New episodes are added each week up until Thursday, August 18 when the finale can be streamed. The first three episodes premiered on Thursday, August 3.
The upcoming three episodes will be available on Prime Video tomorrow, August 11 from midnight.
The final two episodes will hit the streaming site on Thursday, August 18.
The upcoming three episodes are expected to cover Aubameyang’s exclusion and behind the scene footage of the January transfer window. Fans are also speculation that Wilshere’s return to the club will be included as well as the celebration following the Stanford Bridge win against Chelsea.