By Jo Scrimshire For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 23:48 BST, 7 May 2020 | Updated: 23:48 BST, 7 May 2020
Tiger kings, conspiracy theories, grisly true crime... it seems Netflix will make a documentary about pretty much anything these days.
And the streaming giant recently commissioned a series about the night footy star Brendan Fevola got outrageously drunk at 2009 Brownlow Medal count.
Or at least that's what Brendan wanted his fans to think.
'Coming soon': Brendan Fevola sent fans into a meltdown on Thursday when he seemingly announced a Netflix documentary about his boozy night at the 2009 Brownlow
The now-retired Carlton and Brisbane Lions player, 39, shared a mocked-up poster for a non-existent documentary about the notorious incident that saw him fined $10,000 and sacked from The AFL Footy Show.
The film, titled 'Pressure Point', was billed as a 'Netflix Original Documentary'.
Bizarrely, the looming figure of American actor Steven Seagal loomed over Brendan's shoulder in the top half the poster.
The bottom half featured an image from Nine's coverage of the Brownlow, showing Brendan stumbling around and slurring into a microphone.
He captioned the post: 'So excited for the release of my new doco Pressure Point. May 14th get the popcorn out, sit back and enjoy it as much as I enjoyed Brownlow