Amazon Prime Confirms ‘All Or Nothing: Argentina’ With July Release Date.

While we all patiently await Amazon Prime’s All or Nothing: Arsenal (a masterpiece takes time), the streaming service surprised us Wednesday with news of an All or Nothing Argentina release date set for July 10.

Where Arsenal represents the documentary series’ fourth chronicling of an entire club season (following on from Manchester City, Tottenham and Juventus), this is the second time All or Nothing has closely followed an international team.

Back in 2020, All or Nothing: Brazil — which followed the Seleção’s road to victory at the 2019 Copa América — was released to praise from both critics and audience. It offered incredible insight into the pressures and joys of representing the world’s most famous team while allowing viewers one foot inside the Canarinho dressing room. 

The format of following a team nonstop throughout a month-long competition leant itself perfectly to the show, with the incredible highs, lows and dramas of a major international event condensed into a five-episode mini-series.

Viewers got to see how, after years of squandered individual talent, Brazil’s finally become the sum of its parts under the guidance of Tite. The infectious personalities of characters like Dani Alves, Thiago Silva and Richarlison was also captured when the stakes couldn’t have been higher.

So it goes without saying that we have high hopes for All or Nothing: Argentina, especially with the hindsight of knowing it’s Lionel Messi’s odyssey to a first major trophy for La Albiceleste — the thing he wanted more than anything else. 

It’ll be fascinating to see the respect and love he commands from teammates, but there should also be staring roles for Emi Martínez (the hero of the semifinal shootout win over Colombia) and the veteran ensemble of Ángel Di María, Sergio Agüero, Nicolás Otamendi and Papu Gómez. 

We’ll also get a look at the methods of 44-year-old manager Lionel Scaloni, who’s reversed Argentina’s fortunes since taking over following the 2018 World Cup.

And don’t forget about The Pogmentary, which releases on June 17 through Amazon Prime Video.

Source: The18

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