Posted Wed Mar 23, 2016 at 01:30 PM PDT by Steven Cohen
The upcoming streaming series will offer a behind the scenes look at an NFL team.
NFL Films has announced the development of a new documentary series for Amazon Video. 'All or Nothing' will follow one NFL team throughout an entire season of football. The first season will focus on the Arizona Cardinals and is set to debut this summer exclusively through Amazon Video.
"All or Nothing will deliver the ultimate behind-the-scenes look at America's most popular sports and entertainment media property – the NFL's regular season – and we couldn't have asked for a better franchise for our inaugural season than the Arizona Cardinals," said Jordan Levin, Chief Content Officer, NFL Media. "We're thrilled to team up with Amazon on this new series, providing fans even more ways to engage with award-winning NFL programming over a variety of digital channels."
In 'All or Nothing: A Season with the Arizona Cardinals,' NFL Films takes viewers inside the locker room, on the sidelines, and to the homes of Cardinals players and team personnel for an extraordinary view into the NFL's regular season, one that would ultimately result in the best regular season in franchise history. The inaugural installment of the series picks up with the Cardinals following the season-ending injury to quarterback Carson Palmer in 2014. It follows the team's brain trust of Bidwill, general manager Steve Keim and head coach Bruce Arians starting with the 2015 NFL Draft and continuing throughout the season. Along the way the series chronicles the on and off-field events in the lives of Arizona players, including Pro Bowlers Palmer, wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald, cornerback Patrick Peterson and safety Tyrann Mathieu.
"We take tremendous pride in the dedicated and talented people that make up our organization and welcomed this opportunity to showcase them," said Michael Bidwill, President, Arizona Cardinals. "This unprecedented look into what it takes to compete in the National Football League is something that we think viewers will find fascinating. We all know the quality of work NFL Films does and are just as excited to work with Amazon to find such an innovative way to distribute this series."
The series will consist of eight, hour long episodes and is executive produced by Jordan Levin, Howard Katz, Ross Ketover, and Pat Kelleher. Amazon customers will be able to watch the show this summer through the Amazon Video app for TVs, connected devices including Fire TV, and mobile devices or online. An Amazon Prime membership currently costs $99 per year.
Source: NFL Communications
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