Amazon Prime Video’s popular All or Nothing documentaries have won fans around the world for offering viewers unparalleled access to some of the world’s biggest sports teams.
The latest installment in the series follows former football giants Arsenal as they attempt to regain the top spot in the Premier League.
However, instead of releasing all episodes of the series at once, Prime Video only dropped the first few chapters on the series release date.
As a result, fans have been wondering how many episodes All or Nothing: Arsenal will contain in total.
All or Nothing: Arsenal Episodes 1-3 Recap
All or nothing: Arsenal arrived on Amazon Prime Video on Thursday 4 August 2022, just in time for the start of the new Premier League season in real life.
In Episode 1, Arsenal start a season on their worst footing with three straight losses, leading many fans and pundits to wonder whether manager Mikel Arteta should be sacked.
Luck smiles on the Spaniard, however, as signings such as goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale help reverse the form of the club and see them enjoy an impressive 10-game unbeaten streak.
But the purple stain doesn’t last forever as the team are brought down to earth with a humiliating 4-0 defeat on a visit to Liverpool.
How many episodes are in All or Nothing: Arsenal?
All or Nothing: Arsenal will consist of eight episodes in total.
Seasoned fans of the sports documentaries shouldn’t be too surprised by the number of episodes since the series that followed Manchester City and Juventus both had the same number of chapters.
All or nothing: Tottenham Hotspur, however, came in with a slightly longer nine episodes, although this action-packed series included a manager’s departure and the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic.
With the first three episodes of the Arsenal edition arriving on August 4th, the next three chapters will air on August 11th before the final two episodes land on August 18th.
The full release schedule for All or Nothing: Arsenal is as follows:
- Episode 1 – New Beginnings | 4th of August
- Episode 2 – The North London Derby | 4th of August
- Episode 3 – Stay in the Game | 4th of August
- Episode 4 | August 11th
- Episode 5 | August 11th
- Episode 6 | August 11th
- Episode 7 | 18.8
- Episode 8 | 18.8
Which teams do fans want to see covered next?
It didn’t take long for fans to turn their attention to which teams they’d like to see covered next, and many have taken to Twitter to pitch a few ideas.
After the arrival of a new manager and some unorthodox transfer deals, Manchester United are one of the most popular proposals for the next all-or-nothing series.
Another very popular spot is Catalan giants Barcelona, who have managed to sign a large number of players despite widespread financial problems.
As Manchester City’s biggest rivals in the hunt for silverware in recent years, Liverpool deserve a mention.
Newly promoted to the Premier League and spending big bucks to stay there, Nottingham Forest would make an intriguing watch.
With new owners and an ever-changing cast of players, Chelsea would be a solid choice for many.
Southampton are a side struggling to get down to the lower tiers of the Premier League, which appeals to this fan.
And finally we end with this author’s personal favourite, a team from the WSL (Women’s Super League) which would be a great way to follow England’s victory at Euro 2022.
All or Nothing: Arsenal is now available to stream on Amazon Prime Video following its release on August 4th, 2022.
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