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Netflix is to release its first Indian sports documentary, about three times champions of the Indian Premier League (IPL) the Mumbai Indians, on 1 March.
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The unscripted series Cricket Fever: Mumbai Indians provides access to behind-the-scenes action through the T20 league’s season, beginning with the 2018 IPL auctions when the whole team was reorganised.

Produced by Condé Nast Entertainment, the executive producers are Al Edgington, Joe LaBracio, Jeremy Finn, Jamie Stewart and James Maby.

The Netflix series documents the unseen action, both on and off the field, of the Mumbai Indians throughout its 2018 IPL campaign. “It charts the emotional arc of the team, including the intense pressure the team faces with the weight of Maximum City, Mumbai’s millions of citizens on their shoulders,” said Netflix.

It documents highly personal and never-seen-before journeys of the young and talented team, led by captain Rohit Sharma, owners Nita and Akash Ambani, as well as the brilliance of their coach - Sri Lankan legend Mahela Jayawardene.

Cricket Fever: Mumbai Indians will be available to subscribers of the video-on-demand (VOD) service worldwide at the beginning of March 2019.