Michigan is reportedly set to receive $2.25 million in its deal with Amazon, which will release a docuseries on the Wolverines 2017 football season in January. The Athletic’s Brendan Quinn provided the contract details via Twitter.
In its deal Amazon docu-series, Michigan will receive $1.5M for rights considerations and $750K for access fees, per contracts.
— Brendan F. Quinn (@BFQuinn) October 4, 2017
This news comes about three weeks after the university announced the deal for the documentary, which will put coach Jim Harbaugh and his top-10 program further into the spotlight. The 8-part series will be available to all Amazon Prime members.
So far, Michigan has lived up to billing and one of the nation’s top teams. The seventh-ranked Wolverines are 4-0 with a win over Florida and a road victory against Purdue. They Wolverines host Michigan State on Saturday night.
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