Amazon Prime Video set to launch Sergio Ramos docu-series
The docu-series will be released in eight x thirty minute episodes and offer a revealing look at the life of the Real Madrid captain, on and off the pitch.
Sergio Ramos announced a collaboration with Amazon Prime Video with a docu-series that is set to offer a glimpse into the life of one of the world's most famous players.
The production, focusing on the player on and off the pitch will be released as eight 30-minute episodes and will attempt to show the real world of the Real Madrid and Spain captain both on and off the field of play.
Muy feliz por contaros esta noticia. Súper proyecto con @PrimeVideo Estará disponible en exclusiva en Amazon Prime. ¡Ya os iré contando!— Sergio Ramos (@SergioRamos) January 30, 2019
Very pleased to bring you this news. New project with #AmazonPrimeVideo
coming soon, exclusively available on Prime Video. Stay tuned! 👀🎥🎬🖥 pic.twitter.com/Sc3twKIeTf
The player took to his social media platforms to announce the venture stating: "I’m excited to be able to show football fans what it takes to be a professional athlete, the responsibility of wearing Real Madrid’s and Spain’s armband and how to juggle that with a normal personal life,”
Amazon Prime is now establishing itself as a new pioneer in football documentaries following the release of last' years “All or Nothing” series which focused on English Premier League champions Manchester City along with LaLiga's Six Dreams which focused on a year with six leading figures from the Spanish top flight.
“We are incredibly excited to bring this exclusive project with Sergio Ramos to Prime members and football fans all over the world,” said Amazon’s director of European originals Georgia Brown. The series will be produced by Love Productions’ Richard McKerrow, Kevin Bartel and Lety Quintanar.
With recording still in production, no definitive release date has been confirmed for the docu-series.
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