La Liga has confirmed that the first-ever Spanish original series named Six Dreams will be aired on Amazon Prime in conjunction with MediaPro.
The filming process is already well underway and consists of stories across the season focusing on six individuals, including three players and two coaches, according to the report on Football Espana.
Athletic Bilbao attacker Inaki Williams, Real Betis midfielder Andres Guardado and Saul Niguez of Atletico Madrid are the three players involved, while former Sevilla Coach Eduardo Berizzo, Girona’s Quique Carcel and Eibar’s female president Amaia Gorostiza also feature in the programme.
The docu-series is directed by Justin Webster, who said it will be shot in “observational, verité style with very little commentary from the episodes’ subjects but a structured narrative.”
La Liga chief Javier Tebas commented: “We like telling soccer stories, we do it live every weekend, but think there are other stories, sometimes extraordinary, which can go on entertaining during the week.”
The series is due to last six hours overall and was presented at Atletico Madrid’s new Wanda Metropolitano stadium.
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