The Los Angeles Rams historic return home was one of the intriguing storylines during the 2016 NFL season despite their 4-12 finish. Furthermore, the move to Los Angeles was well documented by HBO’s ‘Hard Knocks.’
According to Around the NFL staff, it appears the Rams are set to hit television screens once again in Season 2 of Amazon’s ‘All or Nothing’:
“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,” said Jordan Levin, NFL Media’s Chief Content Officer in a statement. “Chronicling the return of the Rams to Los Angeles provides an unbelievably unique backdrop to season two 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.”
‘All or Nothing,’ which is produced by NFL Films, is expected to give viewers an in-depth, behind-the-scenes look at the team’s relocation. Viewers got a taste last year of some of the struggles that go into trying to prepare a young team to play well in the entertainment capital of the world — not to mention, former head coach Jeff Fisher’s epic “7-9 bulls—” rant.
In Amazon’s debut season, the show followed the 2015 Arizona Cardinals and was nominated for an Emmy in the ‘Outstanding Serialized Sports Documentary category. It will be eight episodes long and is expected to debut early this summer.