Sports fans have been left reeling by the coronavirus crisis cancelling almost all sport around the world.
Football fans were left disappointed when their Match of the Day fix was replaced by Mrs Brown's Boys on BBC on Saturday night, and there is no sign of football returning any time soon.
Professional action in England has been suspended until at least April 3, including the Premier League, leaving fans to look elsewhere to pass the time.
But fear not, there are still some chances to get a football or sporting fix on TV screens.
We've broken down 15 of the best series for fans to binge-watch over the coming weeks on both Netflix and Amazon Prime - and that's even before you get started on the one-off documentaries on the market.
Manchester City: All or Nothing (Amazon Prime)
Manchester City's 2017/18 season was record-breaking - and Amazon Prime were there to capture every step of the way.
They went behind the scenes with unprecedented access at the Premier League club to witness Pep Guardiola's side making history.
There is particular interest from an Arsenal perspective, as well, given an insight into Mikel Arteta's early coaching journey before departing City to become Gunners manager.
Sunderland 'Til I Die (Netflix)
Released in December 2018, Sunderland 'Til I Die takes viewers through the highs and lows of the first season back in the Championship after the club was relegated from the Premier League.
What transpired was a second straight relegation, with the club
The fly on the wall documentary gave an insight into what went on behind the scenes as the North East giants continued to drop all the way into the third tier.
It features eight episodes and is available on Netflix, with season two set for release on April 1 to continue the story as they rebuild in League One.
Inside Borussia Dortmund (Amazon Prime)
Amazon Prime's All Or Nothing team ventured to Germany to get inside one of the most storied teams in football.
Their four-part docu-series relives the thrilling 2018/19 season from inside the locker room.
From a look inside the personal lives of players to footage inside tense boardroom meetings, Inside Borussia Dortmund gives a superb insight and is available on Amazon Prime Video.
Losers takes a look at those who have turned failure into human triumph.
With eight stand-alone episodes each half an hour long, it focuses in on plucky losers from boxing, figure skating, curling, golf and more.
On the football front, it focuses on Torquay United and the entire series provides a unique insight into a side of sport often untold.
This is Football (Amazon Prime)
Like Losers, Amazon Prime series This is Football takes an alternative angle on the Beautiful Game.
The six-part documentary takes viewers from the streets of Delhi to the fields of post-war Rwanda, via Japan, Germany and Iceland before culminating in the Nou Camp.
It tells a unique tale of the power of the game to unite countries and captivate people around the world via six episodes each an hour long.
Take Us Home: Leeds United (Amazon Prime)
Fallen giants Leeds United were the focus of an Amazon Prime docu-series last year.
The series features six episodes, all around 45 minutes long, taking fans behind the scenes as eccentric Argentinian Marcelo Bielsa took charge.
Tasked with leading them back to the Premier League, the series takes viewed behind the scenes of their promotion push and also features fascinating footage of Daniel James at their training ground before a move from Swansea City collapsed.
First Team: Juventus (Netflix)
Netflix broke new ground in 2018 with their fly on the wall focus on Juventus.
The series was one of the first of its kind and remains a fascinating watch as the Serie A giants desperately chased a Champions League triumph.
The series features six episodes and focuses on some huge names in the dressing room as well as covering all the behind the scenes drama of another exciting season.
Becoming Champions (Netflix)
Becoming Champions takes a look at the countries who have tasted FIFA World Cup glory.
Each episode hones in on a country and their star performers who helped them conquer the world.
Nine stand-alone episodes capture the passion and drama of some of football's biggest moments, from Uruguay's victory in the first ever tournament to Spain's 2010 triumph and everything in between.
Brazil National Team: All or Nothing (Amazon Prime)
Football is synonymous with the Brazil.
But they have not lived up to former glories in recent years with supporters growing disillusioned with their national team.
There was a huge focus on Tite's side as they hosted the 2019 Copa America.
Amazon Prime secured behind the scenes access as part of their All or Nothing series, capturing the tournament from inside the camp.
Boca Juniors Confidential (Netflix)
Boca Juniors are known as one of the most colourful clubs in world football.
The Argentinian giants possess some of the most passionate fans.
Their fanatic following in Buenos Aires is highlighted as Netflix follow their journey from day one of pre-season to the final day of the 2017/18 season as they bid for the Superliga title across four episodes.
The Test: A New Era For Australia's Team (Amazon Prime)
Looking beyond football for a sports fix? Amazon Prime have delivered at the perfect time for cricket fans.
Their latest documentary series features a fly on the wall focus on Australia's cricket team during last summer's dramatic Ashes series.
From the moment Steve Smith was felled by a Jofra Archer bouncer to lifting the famous urn, the series has generated rave reviews and provides an insight into the cricket environment unlike we have ever seen before.
Formula One: Drive to Survive (Netflix)
Netflix have recently released the second series of their Drive to Survive series focusing on the world of Formula One.
Each series is 10-parts long and is described as the "first to truly immerse the audience inside the cockpits, the paddock and the lives of the key players in Formula 1".
From personal focus on numerous drivers and huge names to insight into big moments on the track, the series shines a new light on the paddock.
QB1: Beyond the Lights (Netflix)
High school sports in America are big business - and college sports are even bigger.
As a result, star high school players are placed under a national spotlight as top universities fight to convince them to join them to continue their studies.
QB1: Beyond the Lights joins some of the top quarterback prospects in the country to follow them during their final year of high schoo.
There are now three series on the streaming site, with each featuring 10 episodes and focusing on three new players each series.
Last Chance U (Netflix)
Sticking with the American Football theme, Last Chance U was received critical acclaim.
Whilst top high school prospects head to massive Division-I colleges, those who do not make the grade or who are kicked out of those institutions often head to junior colleges in search of a final chance.
The first two series of Last Chance U focus on East Mississippi Community College in the sleepy town of Scooba before the next two series feature Independence Community College in Kansas.
With some intriguing characters - including two controversial head coaches - and some unbelievable drama on and off the field, the four series are considered amongst the holy grail of binge-worthy sporting series.
All Or Nothing: All Blacks (Amazon Prime)
Amazon's All or Nothing has not only focused on football.
They followed New Zealand's famous All Blacks during the dramatic British and Irish Lions tour of 2017.
Featuring some of rugby's biggest stars, it gives an unprecedented insight into one of the most dominant sporting sides in history.