Fans pining for an inside look at the Arizona Cardinals will get their wish, as it was announced Monday they will be the focus of a new series titled “All or Nothing” that will air on Amazon and show the inner workings of the team during the course of the 2015 season.
The series, which premieres on Amazon Video later this summer, is meant to give fans a glimpse of the week-to-week drama that followed the players, coaches and owner throughout a season that saw the Cardinals win 13 games and reach the NFC Championship Game.
In a press release, Cardinals president Michael Bidwill explained why the Cardinals are a part of this groundbreaking project.
“We take tremendous pride in the dedicated and talented people that make up our organization and welcomed this opportunity to showcase them,” he said. “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 feature eight hour-long episodes and, it picks up with the Cardinals following the season-ending ACL injury QB Carson Palmer suffered in 2014 and takes you through the 2015 NFL Draft with Bidwill, general manager Steve Keim, head coach Bruce Arians, Palmer, receiver Larry Fitzgerald, cornerback Patrick Peterson and safety Tyrann Mathieu being the focus.
“This show is going to give customers a front row seat to some of the most exciting, never before seen, football action,” said Michael Paull, vice president, digital video, Amazon. “There is a thrilling story behind how these athletes compete on the field, and we are very excited to work with the NFL to deliver amazing programming for our customers.”
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