The series documenting Spurs' eventful 2019/20 season on and off the pitch was known to be coming out at some stage this summer, with numerous taster clips over recent months giving fans a glimpse of what is in store.
Tottenham confirmed a start date of August 31 - a little under a fortnight before the 2020-21 Premier League season is due to get under way on September 12.
Tottenham: All or Nothing will give a behind-the-scenes look at a tumultuous campaign, which saw Mauricio Pochettino - who led the team to a Champions League Final last May - sacked and replaced by Jose Mourinho in November, Spurs dealing with key injuries to the likes of Harry Kane and then the coronavirus pandemic that caused the three-month shutdown of English football in March.
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Sitting 14th when Pochettino was relieved of his duties, Tottenham eventually finished sixth in the top-flight, leapfrogging Wolves on the final and qualifying for the Europa League courtesy of an upturn in results.
Manchester City became the first Premier League club to take part in Amazon's All or Nothing docuseries - produced by 72 Films in collaboration with NFL Films - in 2018.
The Arizona Cardinals, Los Angeles Rams and Dallas Cowboys are among the franchises to have taken part in the flagship NFL version, while the show has also branched into rugby union with All or Nothing: New Zealand All Blacks, also released in 2018.