Several special sports documentaries will be arriving on Netflix from August 10th to September 7th. They will cover previously unknown or suppressed sports stories in sports such as athletics, NHL, NBA and boxing. Here is what you need to know.
not counted is essentially a series of sports documentaries broken down into individual films that will likely increase your chances of being watched, as each contains keywords like NBA, Caitlyn Jenner or boxing.
The series will span 5 episodes starting August 10th with new episodes every Tuesday thereafter for 5 weeks.
A similar TV series documentary series aired in early 2000 on Spike TV.
This comes right after the release of the Naomi Osaka limited series of documents, which launched on Netflix in July. Add to that other Netflix hits in the sports document space, which featured in the second quarter investor call with titles like F1: Drive to survive and The Last Danceand.
Let”s review each of the not counted documentaries that will hit Netflix throughout August.
Complete list of untold documentaries arriving on Netflix
Not counted: Malice at the Palace
Coming to Netflix: august 10th
“The leading figures in an infamous 2004 incident between players and fans at an NBA game in Michigan discuss the fight, its aftermath and its enduring legacy.”
Not counted: dealing with the devil
Coming to Netflix: august 17th
“Christy Martin broke barriers and noses as she rose into the boxing world, but her public personality belied personal demons, abuse and a threat to her life.”
Not counted: Caitlyn Jenner
Coming to Netflix: August 24th
“Caitlyn Jenner”s unlikely path to Olympic glory was inspiring. But your most challenging path to embracing your true self has proven to be even more significant. ”
Not counted: Crime and penalties
Coming to Netflix: August, 31
“They were the bad boys of hockey – a team bought by a man with mob ties, run by his 17-year-old son and with a reputation for being as violent as he is good.”
Not Counted: Breakpoint
Coming to Netflix: September 7
“Under pressure to continue a winning tradition in American tennis, Mardy Fish faced life-changing mental health challenges on and off the court.”
We will keep you informed of any further developments and more about who is behind the series, as and when we receive it.
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