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Panthers documentary to premiere on 9Now

Penrith Panthers and Nine’s Wide World of Sports are thrilled to announce the launch of the newest rugby league documentary, Undisputed, premiering exclusive and free on 9Now and Channel 9.

Embark on a captivating journey through the 2023 NRL Finals Series in this three-part series, delving into the triumphs and challenges experienced by Panthers players, coaches and staff as they work together to achieve a historic three-peat. 

Not only will viewers be taken inside the inner sanctum at the biggest NRL games of the season, players also welcomed cameras into their homes to capture their lives away from rugby league.

The series will feature in-depth interviews from players and coaches, as well as never before seen footage from inside the coaches box, dressing rooms and medical appointments.

Undisputed | Official Trailer | A Panthers Original Documentary Series

“We are excited to offer fans an exclusive behind-the-scenes perspective, unveiling the unwavering effort, dedication and passion that characterised the club’s 2023 NRL Finals campaign,” Panthers Rugby League CEO Matt Cameron said.

“There’s a lot that goes into a rugby league season, especially through a finals campaign, and we’re proud that our cameras captured exclusive inner sanctum insights that incur inside our club.

“We also take immense pride in showcasing our players beyond the rugby league limelight, highlighting that there is a depth to their identity beyond the game they play.”

Episode 1 of Undisputed will premiere on 9Now on Friday 16 February, while Episode 2 will launch on Friday 23 February before the final episode on Friday 1 March.

Channel 9 will air Undisputed on Sunday 3 March ahead of the Round 1 clash between Sydney Roosters and Brisbane Broncos in Las Vegas.

Acknowledgement of Country

Penrith Panthers players and staff respect and honour the traditional custodians of the land and pay our respects to their elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.