The Emmy Award-winning documentary series “All or Nothing” will return April 27 to Amazon Prime for a third season. The series will detail the rise and fall of the Dallas Cowboys through their tumultuous 2017 season, Amazon announced Thursday.
Narrated by actor Jon Hamm, best known for his roles in “Mad Men” and “Baby Driver,” the show will follow the Cowboys as they enter their 2017 season with Super Bowl aspirations and exit one game short of the playoffs after a season mired in controversy, including the suspension of running back Ezekiel Elliott on domestic violence charges and a feud between owner Jerry Jones and NFL commissioner Roger Goodell over players protesting police brutality during the national anthem.
Produced by NFL Films, prior seasons of “All or Nothing,” winner of the 2017 Sports Emmy Award for Outstanding Serialized Sports Documentary, focused on the Arizona Cardinals and the inaugural season of the Los Angeles Rams. The show bills itself as the first television series to take viewers inside the locker room, on the sidelines and off the field for an “unprecedented look” inside the NFL franchise. Both eight-episode seasons are available for streaming on Amazon Prime.
“An enormous amount of thanks goes out to the Cowboys organization for their cooperation in filming throughout the season,” NFL Media President Mary Ann Turcke said, adding, “Through our collaboration with Amazon, the third season of ‘All or Nothing’ will give football fans incredible access into one of the league’s most iconic and celebrated clubs.”