Netflix is following up “Untold” with another sports docuseries, this one exclusively centered on the intersection of sports and crime, called “Bad Sport.”
And you thought the Danbury Trashers were bad.
The trailer for the docuseries features many infamous sporting scandals including the Arizona State men’s basketball team point-shaving scheme, an IndyCar driver’s marijuana-smuggling operation and a horse hitman caught in the middle of an insurance fraud ring.
You can watch the trailer in the video above.
Here’s the logline for “Bad Sport”
“Bad Sport” looks at six unbelievable stories at the intersection of sports and crime, as told by the athletes, coaches and law enforcement officials at the center of the controversies. Episodes include the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympic figure skating scandal; superstar Indycar driver Randy Lanier’s marijuana-smuggling operation; the Arizona State University basketball point-shaving scheme; the horse hitman at the center of an insurance fraud ring; Calciopoli, the biggest match-fixing scandal in Italian football history; and South African cricket captain Hansie Cronje’s tragic fall from grace.
The six-episode “Bad Sport” premieres on Wednesday, Oct. 6. It is from executive producers Tim Wardle (“Three Identical Strangers”) and Adam Hawkins (“Don’t F*ck with Cats”). Directors include Luke Sewell, Miles Blaydon-Ryall, Alex Kiehl, Lizzie Kempton, Georgina Cammalleri and James House.