The first three episodes of All Or Nothing: Arsenal are out now, but when can you watch the fourth? Eager fans are keen to find out what happens next in the popular Amazon prime sporting series.
Arsenal FC are the stars of the series, narrated by the Oscar winner Daniel Kaluuya. It features Mikel Arteta and the team in the 2021/22 season. The series documents their battle to finish fourth for the season.
It also includes the dramatic exit of fan-favourite Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Thierry Henry 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.
"Thank God they didn’t have that when I was playing... it would’ve certainly been entertaining.”
What time and when is episode 4 out?
Fans will have eight episodes to enjoy in total. The first three have been released on Amazon Prime so far.
Episodes four, five and six will be available from August 11.
The final two episodes will follow a week later on August 18.
Most series are added to Amazon Prime UK at 12:00am.
Arsenal aren’t the only ones to be featured on the show. The first episodes in 2018 followed Manchester City, with a second series in 2018 that featured Tottenham Hotspur.
A third series in 2021 featured Juventus for Cristiano Ronaldo’s last season with the club.
There are also series about Brazilian teams and the NFL.
Every All Or Nothing series is available to watch with a Prime Video subscription.
What do you need to watch?
You need an Amazon Prime subscription to watch the action.
Membership costs £79 a year or £7.99 a month.
However, you need to be quick if you want that price, as from September 15 there will be an increase.
It will jump to £8.99 a month, or £95 a year.
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The good news is, if you haven’t been a member before you can get a free, 30-day trial of the service.
Some viewers have found that they were offered a second free trial if they didn’t stay on as a paying customer last time.
If you’re a student, you can get your hands on a six-month free trial, and then benefit from half-price membership afterwards.
You can be watching the highs and lows of Arsenal in no time.