Sunderland 'Til I Die season two is out TODAY - here's everything you need to know
Season two of ‘Sunderland ‘Til I Die’ will be released today [April 1] – and here’s everything you need to know about the next installment of the popular Netflix series.
After season one, which chronicled Sunderland AFC’s doomed 2017/18 season, proved a huge hit, a second series was quickly commissioned.
Here’s everything we know about the new series:
WHEN WILL IT BE RELEASED?
The second series of Sunderland ‘Til I Die will be released on Netflix on Wednesday, April 1.
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It will be able to be streamed from 8am.
HOW MANY EPISODES WILL THERE BE?
While season one carried eight episodes, there will only be six instalments of the second series.
The fifth episode will focus solely on the club’s Checkatrade Trophy run and the first trip to Wembley – including the fine scenes in Trafalgar Square.
Meanwhile, the other five episodes will concentrate on the club’s league campaign and Stewart Donald’s mission to rebuild Sunderland after his takeover.
The episodes are titled as followed:
A Role In The Renaissance The Old-Fashioned Way Pride, Passion and Loyalty Playing Poker The Time For Men Football Is Life
WILL ALL EPISODES BE RELEASED AT THE SAME TIME?
Yes – all six episodes will be available to stream at 8am on Wednesday, April 1.
HOW CAN I WATCH SUNDERLAND ‘TIL I DIE?
Sunderland ‘Til I Die is exclusively streamed via Netflix, meaning you will require a subscription to the service in order to watch the show.
It will not be available anywhere else.
HOW MUCH BEHIND THE SCENES ACCESS WILL THERE BE?
Simon Grayson and Chris Coleman were both against allowing dressing room access – and Jack Ross has followed suit.
Pearlman said: “Jack Ross is a very disciplined, organised man.
“He’s very meticulous and I think that anything that could possibly hinder that, concerns him. Ultimately, all Jack wants is success on the pitch and I respect that.”
However, new owners Donald and Charlie Methven reportedly offered the Netflix camers in-depth access to off-field matters.
WILL THERE BE A THIRD SERIES?
However, he hinted that should a takeover of the Black Cats be completed then his camera crew would be quick to capture some insightful footage.