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Amazon is jetting to New Zealand this summer, as its latest All or Nothing series touches down in June.
All or Nothing: New Zealand All Blacks will give Amazon Prime Video subscribers unprecedented access to the Kiwi rugby team, as it follows them throughout the 2017 season. It marks the first time that the team has given cameras behind-the-scenes access, as they face one of their most difficult seasons yet, trying to uphold a legacy of excellence and dominance as well as compete in the DHL New Zealand Lions Series.
The programme will provide a look inside the world of the players, coaches and the support team that sits behind them through the season, on and off the field. Produced by Mother Media Group in conjunction with Warner Brothers New Zealand – executive producers include Eden Gaha, Greg Heathcote and Bailey Mackey – the show marks the expansion of Amazon’s All or Nothing brand, which began with NFL and is also moving into football with a Manchester City documentary.
Now, a new trailer gives us a look at this latest entry of the widening franchise, as well as unveiling its release date. All or Nothing: New Zealand All Blacks touches down on Amazon Prime Video on 1st June. Here’s the video:
Amazon and All Blacks team up for documentary series
17th August 2017
Amazon and the All Blacks are teaming up for a new original documentary series.
Amazon has made a name for itself in the sports documentary arena, winning an Emmy for All or Nothing, its NFL documentary following the Arizona Cardinals. Now, rugby is getting the All or Nothing treatment, with New Zealand Rugby granting unprecedented access to Amazon Studios to follow the All Blacks across 2017, including the recent DHL New Zealand Lions Series.
The programme will provide a look inside the world of the players, coaches and the support team that sits behind them through the season, on and off the field.
“This is an incredible opportunity to take the unique story of the All Blacks into a huge number of markets and households around the world. We are hugely excited to provide a global audience a behind the scenes look at what makes the All Blacks one of the world’s most respected sports teams. The Amazon production will give an unprecedented insight into what makes this team tick,” says NZR Chief Executive Steve Tew.
“Viewers will not only get front row seats to what goes on behind the scenes and see the players, coaches and management at training and in their communities like never before, but they will also get a look at the support system that is critical to their success on the field.”
The All Blacks are the one of the most successful teams in the history of sports, with an 84 per cent victory record over the last 130 years. While Amazon notes that the secret to its success will be protected, the series’ access will provide a glimpse into their approach on and off the pitch, including a sense of the responsibility of donning the Black Jersey and performing the sacred Haka.
The series will be produced by Mother Media Group in conjunction with Warner Brothers New Zealand, executive producers Eden Gaha, Greg Heathcote and Bailey Mackey. It will premiere on Amazon Prime Video in 2018.
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