Tour de France: Unchained 2023 tv series review

The Netflix series Tour de France Unchained will be released on 8 June, according to the first official trailer released on Le Tour de France’s YouTube channel.

The series was first unveiled in March 2022, when Netflix announced a partnership with A.S.O., organiser of the Tour de France, to create a documentary series based on the 2022 race.

The series is produced by Quadbox, a joint venture between Quad and Box to Box Films, the sports film producer behind Netflix’s incredibly popular Formula 1 series Drive to Survive.

Tour de France Unchained will document the trials and tribulations of eight teams at the 2022 edition of the race, including Jumbo-Visma and Jonas Vingegaard’s eventual victory.

Netflix’s Tour de France documentary, Tour de France: Unchained, is just a week away from release with the eight-episode series released on June 8.

The series will delve behind the scenes of last year’s race just in time to whet appetites for a rematch between Jonas Vingegaard (Jumbo-Visma) and Tadej Pogačar (UAE Team Emirates) this July.

While UAE didn’t let Netflix’s cameras into their team bus, Jumbo-Visma did, meaning viewers will get unprecedented access to their victorious campaign. Ineos Grenadiers, Groupama-FDJ, EF Education-EasyPost, Alpecin-Deceuninck, Bora-Hansgrohe, and AG2R Citroën will also feature with exclusive interviews, insight, and a new perspective on racing the Tour.


By acinetv