I've just finished watching this six-part series. 6x45mins = 4.5 hours worth! It covers their, somewhat tumultuous, last season. I understand that other clubs have been similarly covered previously. The Mooners and QPR are two at least but I haven't seen that stuff. Produced by ElevenStudios for Amazon Prime it's utterly brilliant. Narrated by Russell Crowe (a fan apparently). Has anyone else seen it? Leeds have a very similar set up to us with an owner, director of football, chief executive and head coach. There's full access to the first three granted throughout as far as I could see including the way they go about their jobs, the boardroom, their emotions and, in the owner's case at least, his family. Would Gino be so accommodating? The players too. Including their families. Only Bielsa comes across as a bit remote. Just his style maybe rather than a specific reluctance to participate and he's the only participant who doesn't speak our language. He's extensively quoted throughout though. 'Spygate' and the Leeds v Villa goals controversy get full coverage, especially the former. Various (some way o.t.t.) fans are followed about and there's lots of match footage, analysis and 'crowd participation'. What impressed me most was the sheer quality of the production. Lord knows how many camera crews they had following them about all season. And the editing is utterly brilliant. If that's a sample of the quality of ElevenStudios stuff then bring it on. So, you might be getting the impression that I enjoyed it and found it very informative. I did! Quite simply the best football documentary I've ever seen that shows what really goes on at a football club behind the scenes, rather than our relatively uninformed ramblings and speculation. Edge of the seat stuff. And highly recommended.