Pitch International Announces New Series of ‘All or Nothing’ for Amazon Prime Video

Pitch International has announced the arrival of a new series of Amazon Prime’s famous All or Nothing sports documentary series, this time featuring a look behind the scenes of the 2019 Brazil team that recently won this year’s Copa America on home soil.

The Amazon Original series will premiere globally on Amazon Prime Video in early 2020 in over 200 countries and territories, according to Pitch.

‘Tudo ou Nada: Seleção Brasileira’ will take viewers for the first time behind the scenes of the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF).

The CBF has given access to the Brazilian national football team for the series, offering fans a glimpse into the tournament-winning team and following the coach, Tite, as well as a host of big-name players including Neymar, who missed the tournament through injury, Dani Alves, Philippe Coutinho, Thiago Silva and Gabriel Jesus.

The series follows the team on its journey to the final of the tournament with insights ranging from the team’s time at the Granja Comary training facility, to the changing room during matches, to interviews with players, coaches and managers, to executive meetings, following the day-to-day stories that unfold within the lives of the players that finished in the top spot of the Copa América tournament.

“This new Amazon Original series will give Prime Video members extraordinary insight into the national soccer team and their rise to become the top team in South America after their heroic performance at this year’s Copa América,” said James Farrell, Head of International Content, Amazon Originals.

”We are thrilled to team up with Amazon on this landmark series. Pitch Productions has evolved quickly into one of the leading sports documentary makers and we are excited to be able to work with our long-term partner, the CBF, to deliver this front row seat to their latest triumph for their many fans around the world,” said Jonathan Rogers, COO, Pitch International.

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