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Netflix Chronicles U.S. Women’s World Cup Soccer Journey in New Docuseries

Netflix Orders U.S. Women’s World Cup Soccer Docuseries

In an exciting announcement, Netflix has revealed plans to release a compelling docuseries that will be available worldwide on the streaming platform this coming fall. Currently being filmed in New Zealand and Australia, the docuseries will provide an up-close and personal look at the U.S. Women’s Soccer team’s incredible journey in the 2023 World Cup!

Star-Studded Cast for U.S. Women’s World Cup Docuseries

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The upcoming U.S. Women’s World Cup docuseries boasts an impressive lineup. Featuring veteran champions such as Alex Morgan and Megan Rapinoe, alongside rising star Alyssa Thompson and first-time World Cup participants Sofia Huerta, Lynn Williams, and Kristie Mewis.

Directed by Emmy winner Rebecca Gitlitz, known for her work on “30 for 30 Shorts” and the 2012 Summer Olympics, and executive produced by Connor Schell, along with a talented team of producers including Marie Margolius and Nick Eisenberg, this docuseries is set to captivate audiences with its behind-the-scenes access to the U.S. Women’s World Cup journey.

Inside U.S. Women’s National Team’s Quest for World Cup Glory

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This docuseries, co-produced by Time Studios, Words + Pictures, and Togethxr, is set to provide an inside look at the remarkable U.S. Women’s National Team. Viewers will witness the team’s pursuit of their third consecutive World Cup title, gaining firsthand insight into the pressures, joys, and challenges faced by these exceptional athletes.