All Or Nothing: New Zealand All Blacks

Season 1
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For the first time ever, The New Zealand All Blacks rugby team, known as the winningest team in global sports history, allows cameras into their super secretive world to witness one of their most difficult seasons yet. Over four months, they face the demands of the most physically grueling team sport on the planet to uphold a legacy of excellence and dominance that goes back well over a century.
Starring
Taika Waititi
Genres
UnscriptedSportsDocumentary
Subtitles
English [CC]العربيةDeutschEspañol (Latinoamérica)Español (España)Françaisहिन्दीIndonesiaItaliano日本語한국어NederlandsPolskiPortuguêsРусскийไทยTürkçe中文(简体)中文(繁體)
Audio languages
EnglishEnglish [Audio Description]

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  1. 1. The Black Jersey
    May 31, 2018
    44min
    16+
    Subtitles
    English [CC], العربية, Deutsch, Español (Latinoamérica), Español (España), Français, हिन्दी, Indonesia, Italiano, 日本語, 한국어, Nederlands, Polski, Português, Русский, ไทย, Türkçe, 中文(简体), 中文(繁體)
    Audio languages
    English, English [Audio Description]
    The New Zealand All Blacks face the formidable British and Irish Lions – a matchup that happens only once every 12 years. It’s a bruising test that sees one of the team’s veterans sidelined by concussion testing. With the pressure on and the game in the balance, the hopes of a nation soon fall on the inexperienced shoulders of a young player, barely out of high school.
  2. 2. Foul Play
    May 31, 2018
    48min
    16+
    Subtitles
    English [CC], العربية, Deutsch, Español (Latinoamérica), Español (España), Français, हिन्दी, Indonesia, Italiano, 日本語, 한국어, Nederlands, Polski, Português, Русский, ไทย, Türkçe, 中文(简体), 中文(繁體)
    Audio languages
    English, English [Audio Description]
    The British and Irish Lions accuse the All Blacks of dirty play targeting one of the team’s venerated leaders, Jerome Kaino. But it’s the controversial play of another All Blacks superstar, Sonny Bill Williams, that leaves the second game against the Lions in jeopardy and the unforgiving New Zealand fans baying for blood.
  3. 3. What’s In Here Driving You?
    May 31, 2018
    35min
    16+
    Subtitles
    English [CC], العربية, Deutsch, Español (Latinoamérica), Español (España), Français, हिन्दी, Indonesia, Italiano, 日本語, 한국어, Nederlands, Polski, Português, Русский, ไทย, Türkçe, 中文(简体), 中文(繁體)
    Audio languages
    English, English [Audio Description]
    Amid uproar over the drawn Lions Series, Coach Steve Hansen must pick a new squad for the next challenge – the Rugby Championship featuring the team’s fiercest rivals from around the Southern Hemisphere. With arch enemies Australia up first, Hansen makes a bold call in selecting fresh-faced Damian McKenzie. The selection is critical as there is big news about the future of Vice-captain Ben Smith.
  4. 4. Five Steps
    May 31, 2018
    40min
    16+
    Subtitles
    English [CC], العربية, Deutsch, Español (Latinoamérica), Español (España), Français, हिन्दी, Indonesia, Italiano, 日本語, 한국어, Nederlands, Polski, Português, Русский, ไทย, Türkçe, 中文(简体), 中文(繁體)
    Audio languages
    English, English [Audio Description]
    With Vice-captain Ben Smith on sabbatical, star player Beauden Barrett steps into this coveted leadership position in a game against Argentina, taking place in Barrett’s hometown. Will Argentina’s formidable scrum and the pressure of being a hometown hero prove too much for the All Blacks and the best rugby player in the world?
  5. 5. Seven-Hundred-Ninety-Nine Days
    May 31, 2018
    46min
    16+
    Subtitles
    English [CC], العربية, Deutsch, Español (Latinoamérica), Español (España), Français, हिन्दी, Indonesia, Italiano, 日本語, 한국어, Nederlands, Polski, Português, Русский, ไทย, Türkçe, 中文(简体), 中文(繁體)
    Audio languages
    English, English [Audio Description]
    The All Blacks kick off game four of the Rugby Championship in an intensely physical match against South Africa. The game marks the return of a beloved player and a gruelling travel schedule ahead. While Captain Kieran Read soaks up much needed family time, another All Black prepares for the journey of parenthood.
  6. 6. Your Greatest Rival is Yourself
    May 31, 2018
    47min
    16+
    Subtitles
    English [CC], العربية, Deutsch, Español (Latinoamérica), Español (España), Français, हिन्दी, Indonesia, Italiano, 日本語, 한국어, Nederlands, Polski, Português, Русский, ไทย, Türkçe, 中文(简体), 中文(繁體)
    Audio languages
    English, English [Audio Description]
    The All Blacks legacy is at stake in a season where the team has had to dig deeper than ever before. As the Rugby Championship draws to an end, the All Blacks must rise to the occasion to bring home the trophy, defend their nation and cement a century-long tradition of dominance.

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  1. Bonus: Official Trailer
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    May 9, 2018
    2min
    16+
    Subtitles
    English (UK) [CC], English (US) [CC]
    Audio languages
    English
    For the first time ever, The New Zealand All Blacks rugby team, known as the winningest team in global sports history, allow cameras into their super secretive world to witness one of their most difficult seasons yet. Follow them, as they face the demands of the most physically grueling team sport on the planet to uphold a legacy of excellence and dominance that goes back well over a century.

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Producers
Nicole HoranJames SommersetNicola GahaCraig BurtonCarl BuddenJohn HagenJohn DorseyGreg HeathcotePeter AllisonMaria HandasOscar KightleyBailey MackeyNatalie MalconEden GahaAlex Long
Season year
2018
Network
Amazon Studios
Content advisory
Alcohol usefoul languageviolence
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Prime Video (streaming online video)
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4.2 out of 5 stars

188 global ratings

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Kit ArndtReviewed in the United States on May 12, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
Best Team Sport on the Planet (Texas perspective)
I am a Texas boy that grew up in the religion of football (American). I played HS football for a very successful football program (Katy Tigers). It was in my blood and I never gave a rugby a glance (I thought it was something played by ivy league college elites for some reason). I cannot put into words on just how wrong I was. Rugby is quite simply the best team game on the planet and I now barely give football a glance. All I do now is eagerly await watching the All Blacks or some other rugby match played in some far off land.
If Americans who now love football would learn the rules of rugby (it takes a little bit to transition as I often found myself asking "why are they kicking the ball away... keep possession") they will find a physical, grit-demanding sport that is fantastic to watch (or even play since I found it to be like "kill the man with the ball" with onside rules). I have no doubt that you will love it if you give it a chance....
If only New Zealand's TZ wasn't in the middle of the night... but a problem to solve for another day..
84 people found this helpful
mad13sReviewed in the United States on June 4, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
Fantastic Series!
As someone who grew up playing baseball, football, and basketball (with my guilty pleasure being hockey) I knew nothing about rugby other than what I’d seen on TV. I know that all sports have their problem children and issues, but if I were to be asked what sport I’d like my own kids to play it would be rugby - the type of individual it seems to produce is humble, confident, and willing to sacrifice for the team. Such things are sorely lacking in our current sporting culture here in the states. It was great to listen to the interviews and see into the personal lives of these “ordinary blokes doing extraordinary things” while they work at being fathers, brothers, and friends. The amount of pressure they face having such a legacy of success is equal only to the work each of them put into their craft. And the pride they showcase putting on a jersey that represents not only their nation but generations of men who came before them is applauded. This was a fantastic series and created an All Blacks fan here in the U.S.
31 people found this helpful
Harry FeatherstoneReviewed in the United States on May 15, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
Thanks Amazon for sharing the sport of Rugby
Thanks Amazon. I'm a 66 yr old yank that played for 28 years. I started in San Francisco in 1972. Back then and for many years, the All Blacks and ALL of the Rugby playing nations were "rumors". I was somewhat fortunate that my club, the San Francisco Rugby Club, founded by ExPats had players from many of the Rugby playing nations and I would get "tidbits" of information about the rest of the World. With today's technology I can Stream games from around the World as long as I keep on top of things. Thanks Amazon for providing yet one more vehicle for the "Rugby starved" people of the World
32 people found this helpful
SamReviewed in the United States on May 11, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
Must watch for fans of all sports.
There is no professional sport team or club that matches the class of the New Zealand All Blacks. Their team culture and values in leadership are the foundation of their success. The winning is a result of priorities in those values. American athletes of all ages and abilities would do well to contrast the differences and begin to shift towards a culture that shuns stubborn super stars and celebrates the team.
28 people found this helpful
PeachyPatReviewed in the United States on June 14, 2018
4.0 out of 5 stars
Move over American football. The All Blacks are coming.
Grew up with all of the usual US sports. Married a soccer fan and learned to love this sport. Knew nothing about rugby so I was glad to see this offering on Amazon. Wow! what a great sport and wonderful team. Did a little research before I watched so I knew the basic rules and what to expect. The All Blacks far surpassed anything I had in mind. Very good insight into the game, the players and the coaching. Wish we could have heard more from the non "stars" of the team. That would have completed the picture. I know I'll be looking for coverage of rugby so I can continue to learn and appreciate this great sport.
14 people found this helpful
r sheaReviewed in the United States on June 4, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
An inside view of a top rugby nations test team.
It is a good insight into the coaching of the All Blacks and a glimpse into the personal lives of some ABs. Sometimes a documentary reveals more about a story in what it doesnt show. Apart from a bit on the scrum we didnt get to see much of the tight five stories. Thise guys can be very funny. But as an expatriate living in DC it was cool to see the 2016 season story and see a little insight into the ABs. I will be encouraging my US friends to watch it.
11 people found this helpful
JulieReviewed in the United States on June 11, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
Amazing Series - If you're not a rugby fan, you'll become one
So much heart, so humble, incredible athletes - this is what sports should be about. I'm not all that into American sports and I couldn't take my eyes off this series and the game play. I never would have imagined I'd be a Rugby fan until watching this series. Though it's hard to see them playing this without some sort of helmet - the culture and soul of this game and team somehow balances out the absolute raw intensity of the game itself.

My only niggle is that the All Blacks seem to think they should play every game at the highest level all the way through with superhuman perfection and shut out every other team from scoring and winning...that would ruin the game, honestly. The other players/teams also train hard, deserve respect, and need to bring rivalry, and represent their countries. They too have personal stories behind the game, and that's what makes the whole thing matter at all. Winning is great but the game is so much more than that, and the heart of the game resides within the humans playing and the humans rooting for their team. Otherwise it's just ego against ego and becomes about wealth and celebrity - for me, that's what makes American sports feel hollow and empty.
16 people found this helpful
Vic CordovaReviewed in the United States on May 28, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
Māori Warriors on the field..
It's only a game. But I had the blessing to watch All Blacks obliterate teams whilst in Oz. Oh, how I dearly prayed to be in Aotearoa to immerse myself in their festive victories. Yet, being surrounded by a tribe full of Beautiful Māori, (New Zealanders), living or visiting Sydney: in an Aussie Pub...!! Well, that's a lovely, life-memorable experience!!! Starting with God Defend New Zealand, voiceterouly sung, that just about shatters the Pub's beer bottles ...and then the Haka!! Don't know if their winnest record is because of the fearfully, intimidating Haka, or the Haka reminds team of the pain to follow its display. All Blacks are Warriors!
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