MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 16: Head of Recruitment and List Strategy Kinnear Beatson of the Swans speaks to the media during the Telstra AFL Trade Period at Marvel Stadium on October 16, 2019 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Dylan Burns/AFL Photos via Getty Images)

A new three-part AFL documentary series is set to showcase behind the scenes footage of the league's 2021 trade period, giving fans exclusive access to processes of AFL clubs, player agents and their star clients throughout the recent off-season.

The Stan and Jam TV product Show Me the Money will be released in March, featuring notable player managers Paul Connors, Alex McDonald, Ben Williams and Colin Young.

The documentary is set to unveil the wheeling and dealing of last year's trade window, which saw 18 transactions take place in October.

Young's clients include Dockers tall Rory Lobb and Giants forward Bobby Hill, who were both looking to depart their respective clubs in the trade period before failing to find new homes.

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Stan's chief content officer Cailah Scobie expressed her excitement in the upcoming series, which is set to uncover never before seen footage of the AFL's trade window.

"Show Me the Money will take footy fans on a rollercoaster ride behind the scenes of the AFL trade period," Scobie said.

"Highlighting the breadth of our Stan Originals slate as part of our continued ramp up of original content, this blockbuster documentary series will feature a who's who of AFL superstars and explore the high stakes world of player agents and club managers.

"We are thrilled to be collaborating with the accomplished team at Jam TV on this project."

Show Me the Money will premiere on Stan on March 10, almost exactly a year on from the release of the Making Their Mark documentary, which was also produced by Jam TV.