Mwai Kumwenda of the Melbourne Vixens. (Photo: Suncorp Super Netball)

Suncorp Super Netball has today announced a documentary series called Everything Is Possible: Inside Season 2020.

Suncorp Super Netball announced today that fans will get an exclusive look behind the scenes of season 2020.

Similar to the Amazon series Making Their Mark, the documentary titled Everything is Possible: Inside Season 2020, will dive into the high-pressure environment of the Queensland hubs.

The series will look at all eight teams trying to navigate their way through the crazy season that was 2020

Everything is Possible will be a six-part series that will be released over a three-week period leading into the 2021 season.

Netball Australia Executive General Manager of Media, Spencer Retallack, said Everything Is Possible: Inside Season 2020 is a raw and challenging series that provides a completely fresh take on the sport.

‘’What we saw on court during season 2020 was a group of fierce, proud athletes who were determined to showcase their code when the rest of the sporting world was in forced hibernation,’’ he said.

‘’What this documentary series reveals is the enormous challenge – both emotional and logistical – that allowed them to do that. Thanks to the understanding and co-operation of clubs, players, coaches, and officials we now have a unique insight into the world’s best elite netball competition during the hardest of times.’

“Partnering with FOX SPORTS and Kayo provides us with the ability to attract a new audience which will ensure the 2021 season will be the most successful to date but also build a platform for growth in the years to come. And we’re sure our current and loyal fan base will love the access to the behind-the-scenes stories of 2020.”

The first two episodes will be released on April 13 at 8:30pm and can be seen on FOX SPORTS, FOXW, Kayo and Kayo Freebies.

Once the 2021 season commences all six episodes will be available on the Netball live app.

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