HEARTS have confirmed they are the subject of a new fly-on-the-wall BBC Scotland documentary.
The Jambos – on the hunt for a new boss after Craig Levein’s sacking – revealed their TV deal in a statement on the club website.
The programme will be called Inside Tynecastle, with filming already underway.
The capital outfit said: “Eagle-eyed fans may have already spotted television crews shadowing members of Hearts’ staff during the recent home match against Rangers at Tynecastle, with filming across several areas of the club already underway.
“Inside Tynecastle will chronicle the 2019/20 season at Hearts.
“The focus is not just on what happens on the pitch but on the supporters and inner workings of the club in all areas and at all levels.
“The series will let viewers better understand the complexities and challenges involved in running an SPFL club.
“Filming will continue throughout the season with an on-air date to be announced post the season closing.”
Hearts sit second bottom in the Scottish Premiership after a disastrous start to the campaign.
We told last night how they failed in a dramatic move for Derek Adams after he’d already agreed to become Morecambe manager.
It’s believed Hearts owner Ann Budge is looking to draw up a shortlist within the next 48-hours ahead of interviews next week.
She is also looking to appoint a new sporting director following the exit of Levein who had operated as that plus manager.
Among others in the frame for the hot-seat are Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson plus Caley Thistle boss and Jambos legend John Robertson.
But interest is strong with candidates also emerging from England and Europe.
KYLE GUNN Craig Levein would still be Hearts director of football if he hadn’t appointed himself as manager
Their telly show comes in the wake of hit documentaries about Sunderland and Manchester City.
Sunderland ‘Til I Die earned plaudits from fans and former players after it aired on Netflix while Amazon’s All or Nothing: Manchester City was also well received.