The official trailer and key art for the upcoming docuseries “One Shot: Overtime Elite” has been revealed by Prime Video. This six-part series, set to premiere on September 5, sheds light on the dedication and resilience of Overtime Elite’s players and coaches both on and off the court. “One Shot: Overtime Elite” offers a character-driven, high-stakes narrative that follows the aspiring basketball stars of OTE. Through challenges and rigorous training, viewers witness their pursuit of a professional basketball career. The series captures the sacrifices, determination, and triumphs that define their journey. The spotlight is on Amen Thompson and Ausar Thompson, emblematic of the league’s emerging generation of basketball stars en route to the NBA Draft. With unprecedented access, “One Shot: Overtime Elite” unveils the league’s innovative approach to basketball development, reshaping the road to the NBA while inspiring a new wave of players and fans.
About One Shot: Overtime Elite TV Show
Get ready for an immersive journey into the world of basketball with "One Shot: Overtime Elite." Premiering on September 5th, this captivating docuseries, exclusively on Prime Video, unveils the trials and triumphs of Overtime Elite's players and coaches. Across six compelling episodes, the series delves into the lives of emerging basketball talents from diverse backgrounds, capturing their dedication, sacrifices, and dreams. Follow Amen Thompson and Ausar Thompson as they navigate the challenging path to a professional basketball career, showcasing their rise within the league's new generation of stars on the brink of the NBA Draft. "One Shot: Overtime Elite" takes you behind the scenes of a groundbreaking league that disrupts traditional NBA routes, inspiring a fresh wave of players and fans alike. Through victories, losses, and personal moments, experience the devotion and resilience that fuels their journey on and off the court.Keep track of the cancel/renew status of all your favorite shows. Check out and bookmark our TV shows cancelled in 2019-20 season and TV shows renewed for 2020-21 season lists.