A behind the scenes look at Hearts' 2019/20 season will be broadcast on BBC Scotland on November 9.

The Jambos confirmed last year that they had agreed to take part in the unique documentary with the BBC off the back of similar programming on Netflix and Amazon Prime with the likes of Sunderland, Manchester City, Tottenham and Leeds United.

The club said in a statement at the time: "Heart of Midlothian Football Club will be the subject of a brand-new ‘behind the scenes’ documentary ‘Inside Tynecastle’, currently in development with production company Two Rivers Media and BBC Scotland. 

"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."

Now BBC Scotland have revealed further details on the three-part series, including providing the date it will be shown on TV. The show will provide footage and details of the turbulent beginning of the campaign under Craig Levein who, at the time, was working as both manager and director of football.

It will also show the recruitment and interview process from chief Ann Budge's office as well as more behind the scenes moments from the women's team and the club's charity foundation.

The first part of the programme will be shown at 9pm on Monday, November 9, on BBC Scotland.