Get ready football fans as 'the most entertaining sport documentary' is set to have a new season come out next week.
There's a reason why the ratings and fanfare around them are so high, though.
The documentaries don't just cover matches and games of the team/people in question, but gives behind-the-scenes peak at how these operations work, as well as hearing from the talking heads from those involved.
But there is one particular sports documentary series on Netflix that pioneered in covering a single football club - for which a third and final season has had a confirmed release date for fans to look forward to.
You can watch the trailer here:
Season one followed Sunderland A.F.C's relegation from the Championship to League One, the third tier of English football, back in 2017/18.
While the second season covered the 2018/19 season, their first in the third tier, which ended with the side getting knocked out in the dreaded play-offs.
But for season three, lifelong Sunderland fans Ben Turner and Leo Pearlman, the creators of the critically acclaimed series, say that it will purely focus on The Black Cats' dramatic promotion back to the Championship through the play-offs in 2021/22 in just two episodes.
They say that they will only cover the semi-final and final play-off win at Wembley, justifying it by saying: "We are ending Sunderland Til I Die on a high."
Capturing the romance of the club, the city and the supporters in it caused many football fans of other teams to also closely follow the series.
Season three has been in the works since 2022, with fans eagerly waiting for the tense conclusion.
They took to X (formerly Twitter) to show their love for the sports documentary.
One user said: "Sunderland ‘Til I Die is probably one of the best sports documentaries I’ve seen".
Another posted: "Sunderland til I Die might be the most depressing but entertaining sports doc I’ve seen".
A third simply put: "Can’t wait for Sunderland ‘til I die season 3!"
Don't worry footy fans, the dreaded wait is almost over.Featured Image Credit: Netflix