Arsenal legend Thierry Henry has teased details about the Amazon documentary, All or Nothing – but warned it could be "too much" for some of the players.
The Gunners are the latest in a long line of teams to have the tell-all series follow them for a season, with behind-the-scenes filming currently ongoing for the 2021/22 campaign.
Manchester City were the first football club to be subject to the show in 2018 and Tottenham, Bayern Munich and Juventus have since followed.
Now it's the red side of north London's turn, with Henry believing it will be a brilliant watch for fans.
When asked about the upcoming documentary at Prime Video Presents Sport 2021, the Frenchman said: “For the fans it’s amazing to see what is happening behind closed doors.
"For some players it may be too much, but I think it’s good for people on the outside to have an insight.
"Thank God they didn’t have that when I was playing… it would’ve certainly been entertaining.”
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Arsenal announced their participation in the series back in July which will see Amazon have access to the Emirates and their training centre.
Fans can expect to see the finished product in late 2022, though Gunners supporters may have been wishing they'd never see it at all after their poor start to the season.
Three defeats in their opening three Premier League games had neutral fans licking their lips about the content they could receive next year.
Mikel Arteta has turned that poor form around, with three successive league wins earning him manager of the month for September.
All or Nothing has previously provided eye-opening footage of the inner workings of the club.
And Arsenal have a very young squad at present who will no doubt entertain.
All or Nothing will launch worldwide exclusively on Prime Video in early 2022
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