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All or Nothing

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Football docu showcases team life with lots of swearing.

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A Lot or a Little?

What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.

Community Reviews

age 13+

Based on 2 parent reviews

age 11+

Fun to watch

This is a great show to watch. I picked 11 and up because my younger cousin is about 11 (a little older) but I let him watch it because he is mature enough. It has swears and all, but this is a great show for me.
age 14+

A Different Side of the NFL

There are 2 versions of the NFL All or Nothing series available on Amazon Prime. One is rated TV-MA and the other is TV-14. This is a review for the TV-14 version of the series. I have watched 3 seasons of the NFL ALL or Nothing (Cardinals, Rams, Cowboys.) Each season has been profoundly insightful showing the inner workings of an NFL team, digging into the personalities of the franchise stars, coaches and owners. You feel the emotion of the players, the highs and lows. The music throughout the games is moving. Even though I know how each of these stories are going to end, I get excited at watching the teams face each opponent. I am a huge Arizona Cardinals fan who has never had any love for the Rams or the Cowboys. The Rams have injured and ruined the season of the Cardinals QBs more than once. They played extremely physical and dirty under coach Fisher. The history with the Cowboys has been a sore one for the Cardinals, especially with the Cowboys fans outnumbering the Cardinals fans at most games over the years. However while watching the Rams and Cowboys seasons, I began to empathize with the players, I felt bad for coach Fisher. I don't like Ezekiel Elliot however I started to wish he didn't have a suspension last year so I could have seen if that made the difference for the Cowboys season. I especially like seeing the coaches meetings, the war room footage during the draft, the conversations that happen during practice i the week. This is an excellent series and I recommend it. One last thing, the NCAA version which currently has one season The Michigan Wolverines says that it is Rated TV-14, but that rating only applies to the trailer, every episode is rated TV-MA and contains several F-words, usually from the Defensive Coordinator. I can not find an edited version of this season.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say: (2 ):
Kids say: Not yet rated

This docuseries offers an informative and comprehensive look at what life is like for the owners, managers, coaches, and players of the Arizona Cardinals. With the help of game footage and interviews with family members, it also offers some insight into the perks, challenges, and sacrifices that come with playing the game professionally. Viewers also get a chance to see many of the team meetings and other behind-the-scenes activities that most non-team members never get to see.

Watching players off the football field, especially when it comes to things like special training camps, locker room conversations, and even seemingly random conversations with coaches and staff, will appeal to football fans of all ages. Nonetheless, at times it feels like a carefully produced promotional video. And given some of the mature conversations it features, it's not an ideal choice for young kids.

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