Peacock has announced that a new documentary series about soccer’s European transfer market is coming soon. Set to debut on Feb. 15, Deadline Day follows selected players on their quests to join new clubs. Exclusive behind-the-scene footage and interviews will be shown throughout the six-part series.

Peacock series not just solely about deadline day

Footage for the show was filmed throughout the 2022 summer transfer window. Among the transfers shown in the series are Erling Haaland’s move to Manchester City and Fabian Ruiz’s switch to Paris Saint-Germain. Both deals were two of the more publicized transfers in the entire window.

Haaland’s transfer to Manchester City finalized early in the window. Regardless, he brought significant hype at the turn of the season. Haaland is also having an incredible freshman season in England. The superstar has managed to score 31 total goals so far this season, with 25 of them coming in Premier League play.

Ruiz, on the other hand, made a surprise move from Napoli to PSG at the very end of the window. The Spain international has now become a mainstay in midfield for the Ligue 1 leaders. Ruiz also reveals his admiration for new teammate Lionel Messi during the process of the switch to the Parisian club.

Other topics of discussion include Saša Kalajdžić’s late move to Wolverhampton Wanderers, Martin Dubravka’s loan switch to Manchester United, and Florian Grillitsch joining Ajax.

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Rare interviews with team officials will also be seen

Along with detailing actual transfers, Deadline Day also features interviews of the transfer process by key figures. These include discussions with Arsenal’s Edu, West Ham’s David Sullivan, Leeds United’s Andrea Radrizzani, and Crystal Palace’s Steve Parish.

Veteran sports documentary group Pitch Productions produced the six-part documentary series. They previously produced other series such as Pele, Neymar: The Perfect Chaos, El Caso Figo, and All or Nothing with the Brazil national team.