NFL Films and Amazon Video to release ‘All or Nothing’ NFL reality show this summer

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NFL Films has just announced a new television series destined for Amazon Video called All or Nothing.

The idea here is to show the behind-the-scenes reality of a team of professional football players, coaches and staff as they live through an NFL season, with all the week-by-week drama that includes. The show will air exclusively on Amazon Video.

The first season, set to air later this summer, will follow the Arizona Cardinals through the 2015 season all the way to the NFC Championship game, where they were defeated by the Carolina Panthers in a devastating 49-15 loss.

The series is comprised of eight episodes, each an hour long, that will go not only into the locker rooms and the sidelines, but into the homes of the players and coaches.

Here’s what NFL Films had to say in the official release:

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.

No word on the exact release date of the series but we’ll be sure to keep you in the loop.

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