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All or Nothing Season 2 will touch down on Amazon Prime Video this June – and we’ve got our first glimpse of the Los Angeles Rams in action.
The Amazon Original Series, which won an Emmy for Outstanding Serialised Sports Documentary with its first season, returns for eight more episodes this summer. Where Season 1 followed the Arizona Cardinals throughout 2015 in its first season, its sophomore outing will feature the Return of the NFL’s Rams to Los Angeles. Amazon promises “access to an NFL season unlike any that’s been captured on screen”, with the Rams’ entire 2016 season to be caught on camera, following their relocation back to LA and the hiring of a new head coach and preparations for the season ahead.
Jon Hamm (Mad Men) returns as narrator of the eight-episode season, which is produced by NFL Films. All or Nothing: A Season with the Los Angeles Rams premieres on Amazon Prime Video all-at-once on Friday 30th June. Here’s the trailer:
Amazon orders Season 2 of All or Nothing
31st March 2017
Amazon has ordered a second season of its sports documentary, All or Nothing.
The series, produced by NFL Films, followed the Arizona Cardinals throughout 2015 in its first season. It’s proven a with Amazon Prime Video subscribers, with an average customer rating of 4.8 and 89 per cent 5 star reviews, making it the highest-rated non-kids Amazon Original Series on Prime Video.
Yesterday, Season 1 was nominated for an Emmy in the Outstanding Serialised Sports Documentary category. Now, off the back of the nomination, Amazon has sprinted out of the blocks to commission another run.
The new season will feature the Return of the NFL’s Rams to Los Angeles. Amazon promises “access to an NFL season unlike any that’s been captured on screen”, with the Rams’ entire 2016 season to be caught on camera, following their relocation back to Los Angeles and the hiring of a new head coach and preparations for the season ahead.
“All or Nothing brings Amazon Prime members a deep dive into the lives of professional athletes,” says Conrad Riggs, Head of Unscripted, Amazon Originals. “We are excited to highlight the LA Rams in Season 2, a team with a compelling story of relocation, rebuilding and reuniting with the city they once again call home.”
Produced by NFL Films, All or Nothing: A Season with the Los Angeles Rams will be executive produced by Ross Ketover (Hard Knocks, Inside the NFL), and Pat Kelleher (Hard Knocks, 30 for 30 – Four Falls of Buffalo). The showrunner is Keith Cossrow (A Football Life), with Shannon Furman and Pat Harris on directing duties. The series’ supervising producer is Bennett Viseltear and its senior producer is Nick Mascolo.
“NFL Films proved again that they’re the best in the business with the groundbreaking new franchise, All or Nothing, whose inaugural season profiling the 2015 Arizona Cardinals was the highest-rated original series ever on Amazon Prime Video,” adds Jordan Levin, Chief Content Officer, NFL Media. “Chronicling the return of the Rams to Los Angeles provides an unbelievably unique backdrop to Season 2 and one which provides NFL fans and viewers around the world rare insight into a team overcoming an extraordinary set of circumstances to build their future.”
To celebrate the Emmy nod, Amazon has also released 28 exclusive behind-the-scenes clips from Season 1 through Amazon Prime Video’s X-Ray feature on Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, Fire tablets and +3P Android mobile devices. Those are available now, along with the whole first season.
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