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NFL Films to Launch New Series ‘All or Nothing’ on Amazon Video

The NFL is making a pass to Amazon, launching the NFL Films documentary series “All or Nothing” on the online giant’s video-streaming service.

In “All or Nothing: A Season With the Arizona Cardinals,” NFL Films will take viewers behind the scenes of the team’s 2015 season, week by week. The inaugural installment of the series picks up with the Cardinals following a season-ending injury to quarterback Carson Palmer in 2014. The series follows top Cardinals executives and on- and off-field episodes in the lives of various players, including  Larry Fitzgerald, Patrick Peterson and safety Tyrann Mathieu.

”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,” said Jordan Levin, NFL Media’s chief content officer, in a prepared statement.

The series will debut on Amazon this summer. All eight, hour-long episodes of the series will be available to all Amazon customers via the Amazon Video app for TVs, connected devices including Fire TV, and mobile devices or online.

Over the course of the NFL’s 2015 regular season, an NFL Films crew was embedded with the Arizona Cardinals at the team headquarters in Tempe, at games both at University of Phoenix Stadium and on the road, and in the lives of players, coaches and team executives away from the field. Produced by NFL Films, “All or Nothing: A Season With the Arizona Cardinals” is executive produced by Jordan Levin, Howard Katz, Ross Ketover, and Pat Kelleher.

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