Season one of Fullwell 73’s ‘Sunderland ‘Til I Die’ has been nominated for Best Docu-Series at the upcoming National Reality TV Awards.
The highly-popular and critically acclaimed fly-on-the-wall documentary series was met with widespread praise in both the footballing and television worlds, as viewers were gripped from the north east to North America.
From the terraces to the training ground, the eight-episode rollercoaster showcased exactly what sets SAFC apart from the rest, as the red and white army’s unwavering passion took centre stage.
Now streaming on Netflix UK, ‘Sunderland ‘Til I Die’ will go head to head with the likes of Our Planet and Gogglebox, and online voting is now open.
The National Reality Television Academy was formed in June 2003 to provide support, guidance and representation to aspiring and established filmmakers, talent, and independent production companies within the Reality Television industry in Europe, USA, North America, South America and Africa.
The Academy launched the first global National Reality Television Awards at the O2 in 2011 as the only global TV awards ceremony with all nominees and winners decided by fans worldwide.
The ninth National Reality TV Awards will take place on 30 September 2019, and voting will be open until 20 September.