Production companies have raised their standards as a result of the increasing competition among streamers. Netflix, one of the well-known streaming services, is competing to acquire some fantastic and exciting sports documentaries shortly.
On January 13, 2023, Netflix is scheduled to release the first season of Break Point (Friday). The first half of the release will occur in January 2023, while the second half will follow in June 2023. Break Point tracks a select selection of the world's top tennis players as they compete in difficult Grand Slams and other competitions both on and off the court.
The first season of "At Home with the Furys" will air in 2023 and is heavily influenced by the "boxing" genre. The number of episodes and total running time have not yet been disclosed. The main character of the story is Tyson Fury, one of boxing's most divisive and contentious figures. The programme will provide a thorough look into his life away from the ring, including his time spent with his extraordinary and peculiar family.
The fifth season of the 50 episode show Drive to Survive will debut in 2023. Each episode will last between 27 and 51 minutes. The story is more engaging on and off the racetrack since it focuses on the Formula One drivers, their backstage video, and interviews.
The Tour de France, one of the biggest annual sporting events in the world and a must-see for any bicycle enthusiast, will be available on Netflix in 2023; the number of episodes and the show's running time have not yet been announced. Untitled PGA Tour Documentaries, which focus on the sport of golf, and an untitled Bill Russell Documentary by Director Sam Pollard, which focuses on basketball, are two further programmes that Netflix plans to produce. Additionally, a football-focused David Beckham documentary with no title would be released.