Official Trailer Released for AFL Docuseries ‘Making Their Mark’

Making Their Mark

Amazon Prime Video has unveiled a brand new teaser trailer for an original AFL docu-series, Making Their Mark.

The first-look teaser shows viewers a glimpse of what is to come in the must-see seven-part docu-series for footy fans across the country.

The series, which will be released worldwide on March 12, will provide unrivalled access to the unprecedented 2020 AFL season and “is an extraordinary journey into the inner sanctum of Australia’s greatest sport in the most challenging year in its history”.

We will be taken inside the locker rooms with the players, coaches and executives across six teams in the Australian Football League as they “navigate a year like no other in an exhilarating portrait of elite sport”.

The seven-part docu-series follows Nic Naitanui (West Coast Eagles Ruckman), Stuart Dew (Gold Coast Suns Senior Coach), Stephen Coniglio (Greater Western Sydney Giants Captain), Eddie Betts (Carlton Football Club forward), Rory Sloane (Adelaide Football Club Captain) and the Senior Leadership of the Richmond Football Club (Peggy O’Neal, Brendon Gale and Damien Hardwick) as they pursue the ultimate goal of an AFL Grand Final victory.

“Making Their Mark is a true celebratory snapshot of the 2020 AFL season. We were not only able to showcase the best of the best players at the top of their game, but also the teams’ resilience on their road to victory. We could never have predicted when filming began the severe impact that COVID-19 would have on Australia, the AFL or our production,” said Gil Marsden, director of Making Their Mark.

“A crisis like this year tested the strength and determination of every team in the league, whilst the teams continue to be delivering the best AFL for fans across the year. It is an incredible honour to be trusted by our clubs to witness firsthand their sacrifices and challenges this season, which culminates on-screen with Richmond’s epic Grand Final win.”

Making Their Mark premieres exclusively on Amazon Prime Video on March 12.

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