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‘Together: Treble Winners’ Netflix Series Review - A Weak Plot Showcasing an Epic Win

This docuseries delves into the winning streak of Manchester City’s win for the season 2022-23.

Neerja Choudhuri - Tue, 02 Apr 2024 19:35:11 +0100 935 Views
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Football frenzy fan, oh wait let me rephrase it for you, Manchester City fans all gather because this is something made specially for you. This docuseries documents the “behind the scenes” and “behind the scenes” of the players, coaches, and team officials who belong to one of the greatest football clubs ever in the history of football. It follows the journey of the club through their record-breaking 2022-23 season which made them one of the most successful clubs in the world. Let me remind you, in the season of 2022-23, Manchester City won the Premier League, Champions League, and FA Cup making them bag the coveted title “Treble Winners”.

The six episodes chronicling City's season seem to whisk by, providing brief snapshots of each match intertwined with scenes from practice sessions and the palpable camaraderie among players, whether they're on the pitch or enjoying downtime off the field. Yet, despite the charm of these lighthearted moments, viewers can't shake the feeling of perplexity as it becomes evident that this light-heartedness dominates the entirety of the docuseries, leaving little room for deeper exploration.

Behind-the-scenes tactics have barely scratched the surface, offering fleeting glimpses of team talks and sporadic musical interludes. These brief moments are interwoven with talking head interviews featuring players and staff recounting routines or significant moments from the season. However, the depth of insight provided falls short, failing to delve into the intricate strategies and emotional rollercoaster that truly shape the team's journey.  It definitely delves into some of the losses that the club suffered.

This missed opportunity leaves viewers craving a more immersive and enriching experience, one that could have offered a profound understanding of City's season and the challenges they faced.

Compared to other docuseries, this one falls short in terms of substance. It's confusing, lacking a cohesive storyline that carries through from start to finish. At times, it feels as though you're merely eavesdropping on aimless conversations without a clear direction. There's a sense of unfulfilled potential lingering throughout the series, hinting at the promising narrative threads that could have been woven into a more compelling story. Unfortunately, this potential remains largely unrealized, leaving viewers with a sense of disappointment at what could have been.

In general, this docuseries may not appeal to a wide audience for several reasons. Firstly, if you're not a football enthusiast, the subject matter alone may fail to captivate your interest. Additionally, if you're not a Manchester City fan specifically, the series may lack the personal connection needed to engage you fully.

While a well-crafted production can sometimes transcend individual preferences, offering a compelling storyline or captivating narrative, this series falls short in that regard. Regardless of your allegiance to Manchester City, the lack of gripping plotlines or meaningful storytelling may leave you feeling underwhelmed and disinterested by the time the credits roll.

Even die-hard fans of the club may find themselves struggling to maintain interest once they've completed watching, as the series fails to offer the depth and excitement they might have hoped for. Ultimately, it seems that this docuseries misses the mark in delivering an engaging and satisfying viewing experience for both football enthusiasts and casual viewers alike.

Final Score- [4/10]
Reviewed by - Neerja Choudhuri
Follow @NeerjaCH on Twitter
Publisher at Midgard Times



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