Hope Solo Will Star in Women's Soccer Docuseries Set to Stream on Fullscreen

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'Keeping Score' will also follow U.S. Women's National Team members Megan Rapinoe and Crystal Dunn.

Fullscreen is capitalizing on the building fervor for the 2016 Rio Olympics with a docuseries focused on a trio of female soccer players. 

Keeping Score, which will premiere Aug. 3 on the video app, will follow U.S. Women's National Team goalie Hope Solo and her teammates Megan Rapinoe and Crystal Dunn on their road to Rio. In a new take on the docuseries format, Fullscreen will use self-shot footage from Solo, Rapinoe and Dunn that will give viewers a behind-the-scenes look at their personal lives during their training for the Olympics. 

"Through their individual stories, we're following these women as they make history — not only as a team on the soccer pitch, but in their fight for equal pay," said Fullscreen head of production Ashley Kaplan. "Viewers will witness their struggles and motivations first-hand at a time where the future of women's soccer could change forever." 

Fullscreen launched its subscription video app in April this year with a slate of short-form and full-length projects oriented toward millennial and Generation Z audiences. Its exclusive content spans genres, from scripted series Electra Woman & Dyna Girl to talk show Shane and Friends. But Keeping Score will be the first original docuseries from Fullscreen

The Rio Olympics officially kick off Aug. 5 with the Opening Ceremony. The U.S. Women's National Team will be on the hunt for an Olympic gold to add to its collection — which includes a World Cup championship in 2015 — when they play their first game on Aug. 3.