The official teaser for the upcoming Netflix new Tour de France: Unchained online documentary series.
The long-awaited series, created by F1: Drive to Survive producer of Quadbox and Box to Box Films, follows the seven teams of the 2022 Tour de France with exclusive access to behind the scenes activity.
Previously listed as “Untitled Tour de France Documenties”, the title has been confirmed to be “Unchained”.
What is the Netflix documentary about Tour de France: Unchained about?
To understand the various stakes of a race, our series de France will follow every participant in Tour de France: Unchained as closely as possible, from cyclists to team management.
It claims to highlight the competition and “backstage” of the eight competing teams, allowing viewers to get a glimpse of how the teams train for the Grand Boucle stage and cross the finish line.
Depicting their feelings and suffering as they struggle to reach Paris, win a set, or achieve ultimate success.
However, not all teams want to participate. Tadej Pogaar, two-time Tour de France: Unchained Champion and Team Emirates UAE decided not to take part, citing concerns about how the team and its sponsors would be perceived.
Nevertheless, they made brief appearances in race broadcasts and in interviews with other competing teams.
With a focus on suffering, pushing boundaries and teamwork, this series aims to take a narrative approach to the sport and highlight how the Tour de France epitomizes its participants’ greatest struggles.
Which teams are included in the Netflix documentary on Tour de France: Unchained?
Netflix’s Tour de France documentary features eight WorldTour teams:
The Citroën AG2R Team
Groupama-FDJ Cycling Team
Alpha Vinyl Fast Step Team
Where am I able to watch the Tour de France? When will it be released?
On June 8, Netflix will begin streaming the show. The series will be available here on the Netflix website when it releases.
Tour de France Upcoming Netflix Documentary Trailer Review
Tom Pidcock is shown racing alone through a crowd in Alpe D’Huez in the new trailer, released by the Tour de France and its competing teams.
Tom Pidcock won the stage 12 race there last year. It then proceeds to convey the idea of the Tour de France while using dramatic music and voiceovers.
Ended with a voice saying This is the most challenging race in the world. The one-minute film also features brief glimpses inside the team’s vehicles, such as cars and buses, footage taken while riding bicycles, and management interviews.
According to what is known, eight teams agreed to give the Netflix camera crew exclusive access to the series: EF Education-EasyPost, Groupama-FDJ, Ineos Grenadiers, Jumbo-Visma, Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl, AG2R Citroen, Alpecin-Deceuninck, and
The previous video for the new Tour de France series debuted earlier this year. It’s twice so long as the latest and features clips from previous iterations and other competitions, such as Julian Alaphilippe’s fall at the Strade Bianche last year.
‘Tour de France: Au coeur du peloton’ (In the peloton), a different title for the series, was used in an earlier trailer, which is believed to be a work-in-progress draft. ‘Tour de France: Unchained’ is the title given to the recent English edition.