The docuseries will release on Netflix on October 6.
A still from the trailer.
The giant streaming platform Netflix will walk you through the bad and the ugly in sports for if there’s the good, there’s the bad too in sports that sticks out like a sore thumb. Bad Sport, the new docuseries on the block, will revisit some of the most infamous controversies and crime sports in history.
Who are the crew of Bad Sports?
Presented by Raw Productions, Bad Sport is backed by Time Wardle and Adam Hawkins. The docuseries has three episodes of 60 minutes each. Luke Sewell, Alex Kiehl, Miles Blaydon-Ryall, Lizzie Kempton. Georgina Cammalleri, and James House have helmed the series.
Watch the trailer here.
What is the docuseries Bad Sport about?
Among the controversies and conspiracy theories are the Salt Lake City 2002 Winter Olympics scandal; Indy-car superstar Randy Lanier becoming the main culprit behind the marijuana smuggling operations; the point-shaving scandal which includes men’s basketball programme at the Arizona State University in 1994; and the match-fixing scandal of South African cricketer Hansie Cronje. There’s also an episode on insurance fraud in the US. Another episode has well-known Italian footballer Caliciopoli’s match-fixing scandal. The trailer provides a sneak-peak and a fairly clear impression of how the docuseries will explore the greed, corruption, and crime in the field.
Who all are interviewed for the docuseries Bad Sport?
While the cast is not known yet, many coaches, law enforcement officials, and athletes will reportedly take the viewers through the first-hand accounts of the controversies, crimes, and scandals, providing a fairly close-to-the-matter look, along with revelatory details on each case.
When will the docuseries release?
Bad Sport will premiere on Netflix on October 6.