Six Dreams: Amazon enters La Liga with new sports docuseries
Staff Reporter | On 06, Mar 2018
Amazon is entering La Liga for a new sports documentary that will take a look inside the Spanish football league.
Six Dreams will follow six individuals through their 2017-2018 season in Spain’s top-flight competition, including Atletico’s Saul Niguez and Bilbao’s Inaki Williams. Three players, two coaches and a club president will give their perspective of the beautiful game, offering a unique insight into the daily challenges and struggles of professional football at its highest level. Whether they are up-and-coming names or veterans, all six participants will give an intimate look at who they are on and off-field and what it takes to be in one of the world’s most popular sport leagues.
Founded in 1984, the Liga de Fútbol Profesional comprises the 42 teams that make up the first and second divisions of professional football in Spain. Based in Madrid, it is responsible for the LaLiga Santander and LaLiga 123 leagues and the television production, which in the 2016/2017 season reached more than 2.5 billion people globally. The association has an active foundation and is the world’s first professional football league with a league for intellectually challenged footballers: LaLiga Genuine.
The show, which is produced in collaboration with MEDIAPRO and LaLiga, is Amazon’s first Spanish docuseries.
“We are really excited to bring Six Dreams to our Prime Video Members around the world and give them unique access to the daily lives of some of the men and women who make LaLiga one of the greatest and most popular football leagues on the planet.” says Jay Marine, VP of Prime Video Europe. “These men and women all have fascinating and unique stories and we are excited to work with LaLiga to bring these stories to our customers and football fans all over the world.”
“LaLiga is one of the world’s most exciting televised events, featuring the best players and the best clubs against the backdrop of great stadia, supported by passionate fans everywhere,” adds Javier Tebas, president of LaLiga. “Amazon Prime Video will give viewers a unique, behind-the-scenes look at LaLiga, allowing new fans to discover the magic of the league and for existing fans to learn more. We’re excited Amazon Prime Video will present the series to its users around the globe.”
Here’s the list of people the series will follow:
Saul Niguez, Atletico Madrid player
Inaki Williams, Atletic Bilbao player
Andres Guardado, Real Betis player
Amaia Gorostiza, SD Eibar president
Eduardo Berizzo, FC Sevilla Head Coach
Quiqué Carcel, Girona FC Sports Director
The show joins Prime Video’s growing stable of Amazon Prime Original sports entertainment shows, including GRAND PRIX Driver, that offers never-before-granted access to the inner workings of McLaren, two seasons of All Or Nothing, which follows the Arizona Cardinals and the Los Angeles Rams over an entire NFL season, and the live streaming of NFL Thursday Night Football and the ATP Next Gen Finals. A new Manchester City docuseries is also in Amazon’s pipeline.
Six Dreams will launch on Amazon Prime Video later this year.