Borussia Dortmund are set to feature in their very own Amazon documentary.
Much like Manchester City's famous 'All or Nothing', the Bundesliga side have had a camera team following them throughout the entire 2018/19 season.
According to German publication Bild, the 4-6 part documentary will be released around August time and Dortmund have received around €5m for partaking.
Amazon's success with their series on City was unprecedented and it was of course aided by Pep Guardiola's side enjoying perhaps the finest Premier League season in the competition's history.
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This time with Dortmund, it really will capture the immense highs of going nine points clear at the top, to the lows of losing the title to Bayern Munich by two points on the final day.
We will also be able to get an in-depth look at Dortmund's Champions League campaign, which was brought to a halt by Tottenham in the last-16 - Spurs beat them 4-0 on aggregate.
It means football fans in England will also be able to get a better look at the immensely talented Jadon Sancho, who scored 12 goals and assisted 14 more in the Bundesliga alone.
No Dortmund player was involved in more Bundesliga goals than Sancho, but Paco Alcacer (18) Marco Reus (17) did find the back of the net more frequently.
Chelsea fans will also get a behind-the-scenes look at new arrival Christian Pulisic...
THE GAMES WE CAN'T WAIT FOR IN THE DOC
Dortmund were involved in some absolute thrillers in 2018/19, most notably their 3-2 win in the first Der Klassiker vs Bayern back in November.
They also memorably thrashed Atletico Madrid 4-0 in the Champions League and the footage during and after those games will no doubt be gold.
Then you have the lows of Lucien Favre's side, who were beaten 5-0 in the return leg of Der Klassiker and 4-2 at home to city rivals Schalke - the game which cost them the title.
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