Premier League clubs could SNUB Netflix Drive To Survive-style doc as bosses demand final say on whether it goes ahead | The Sun

Premier League clubs could SNUB Netflix Drive To Survive-style doc as bosses demand final say on whether it goes ahead | The Sun

PREMIER LEAGUE managers could reject a Netflix documentary offering a behind-the-scenes look at the top flight, according to reports.

Netflix's Drive to Survive series on F1 has been a big hit and production company Box to Box Films now want to make a similar doc about the Prem.

Clubs were reportedly informed of the idea earlier last month and talks took place ahead of the potential project.

But according to the Daily Mail, Prem bosses had a "lukewarm" reaction to the idea.

West Ham manager David Moyes wanted assurances that managers would get a say on whether the doc goes ahead.

Managers are believed to be concerned by the access granted to the documentary makers, which could include filming inside the dressing room.

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Amazon Prime's All or Nothing series was granted such access for their deep dive into Manchester City, Tottenham and Arsenal.

The shows have garnered critical success and been a hit for fans and pundits alike.

Thierry Henry enjoyed the Gunners' All or Nothing series but admitted players may not be too supportive.

He said: “For the fans it’s amazing to see what is happening behind closed doors.

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"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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