'All or Nothing' 2020: Start Date, Schedule, Where to Watch and Which NFL Team is on the Show?

The NFL season ended less than a week ago, but football fans suffering from withdrawals can partially quench their thirst from Friday, when the latest series of All or Nothing airs on Amazon Prime Video.

The annual access all-areas, behind-the-scenes documentary follows the Philadelphia Eagles this season, charting the team's journey during the 2019 season.

Despite a catalogue of injuries, the Eagles went 9-7 for the second consecutive season, mounting a late rally to pip the Dallas Cowboys to the NFC East title. However, any hopes of a trip to Super Bowl LIV were swiftly ended by a defeat on the road against the Seattle Seahawks in the wild-card round.

Here's everything you need to know about this season's series.

What is All or Nothing?

Now in its fifth season, All or Nothing gives viewers an insight into what goes on behind the scenes in an NFL team over the course of a season.

Much like HBO's Hard Knocks, the series is granted behind-the-scenes access, with selected players and coaches all featuring prominently over the eight episodes.

While Hard Knocks focuses exclusively on training camp, All or Nothing covers the entirety of the season, from the draft up until the playoffs—for the teams who make it that far.

The 2020 series of All or Nothing is the fifth annual instalment of the series, which has covered the 2015 Arizona Cardinals season and the 2016 Los Angeles Rams season. A year later, two separate series were released, one focusing on the Dallas Cowboys and one of the Michigan Wolverines, while last year the show covered the 2018 Carolina Panthers season.

The show has also featured English Premier League team Manchester City and the New Zealand All Blacks rugby team.

When does All or Nothing begin?

All or Nothing: The Philadelphia Eagles will premiere on Friday, February 7 on Amazon Prime.

Where can I watch All or Nothing?

Produced by NFL Films, All or Nothing: The Philadelphia Eagles is available exclusively on Amazon Prime video.

Prime members will be able to stream the series via the Prime Video app for TVs, connected devices including Fire TV, mobile devices and online.

Carson Wentz, Philadelphia Eagles
Carson Wentz #11 of the Philadelphia Eagles prepares to snap the ball against the Seattle Seahawks in the NFC Wild Card Playoff game at Lincoln Financial Field on January 5 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Steven Ryan/Getty

Will non-football fans enjoy the show?

As is the case with Hard Knocks, being a football fan will certainly help, although both series have developed a strong following even beyond the traditional gridiron boundaries.

The behind-the-scenes, access all-areas approach ensure the personalities of coaches and players shine through. Often they do so even more than the franchises would like to.

Why has Amazon chosen the Eagles?

The selection process for All or Nothing isn't a strict as for Hard Knocks—where teams are exempt from consideration if they have played in the postseason in the past two years, have been the focus of the series in the previous decade or have a first-year coach—but teams didn't exactly queue up to feature on the series.

According to Eagles president Don Smolenski, Philadelphia drew the short straw.

"There has to be somebody on the show,'' he was quoted as saying by The Philadelphia Inquirer in October last year. "And if there are no volunteers, then the league makes a selection."