In its Sports 2023 program, which was posted on Twitter, Netflix included the documentary “Untitled FIFA World Cup Series” which traces the surprises and highlights of the World Cup in Qatar. Surprises in the group stages, Morocco’s historic performance, the first African country to qualify for the quarter-finals and reach the semi-finals, Argentina’s coronation with Leo Messi, the documentary made to revive the world otherwise.
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We will follow the 2022 World Cup in Qatar behind the scenes. We will have privileged access and exclusive photos of the 32 teams and their surroundings. You will know everything about the World Cup as you have never seen it before, ”explained Netflix. At the moment, there are no details on the release date of the documentary. But it may be available as early as summer 2023, it says.
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The documentary has been produced by Netflix, in association with FIFA+, and identifies some media mentions that the two entities are not in their first co-production. The “Captains” documentary series, which is available on both streaming platforms, is one of their masterpieces. Perhaps the documentary about the Qatar 2022 World Cup will also have this opportunity.
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