The new documentary series on the All Blacks looks absolutely breathtaking 1 year ago

The new documentary series on the All Blacks looks absolutely breathtaking

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It's nice to say that Irish rugby supporters have fond memories of their recent test matches against New Zealand because after that 111 year wait, we finally beat the world's best rugby team.

This being said, the world champions proved their mettle by turning up in Dublin and exacting immediate revenge. After that blistering test series, the All Blacks and the Lions treated us to three enthralling matches in a memorable series and lucky for us, the whole thing has been documented.

All or Nothing: New Zealand All Blacks is a new six-episode series and it promises to be a belter.

Narrated by Taika Waititi - the incredibly gifted director of What We Do in the Shadows, Hunt for the Wilderpeople and Thor: Ragnarok - the documentary sees a film crew travelling with the New Zealand All Blacks rugby team for an in-depth and personal look at one of the greatest teams on the planet.

For the first time ever, the legendary All Blacks allow cameras to join them as they face the formidable British & Irish Lions in a showdown that comes around only once every 12 years and the battle for the 2017 Rugby Championship.

The series offers exclusive access to one of the most dominant teams on the planet, taking viewers inside the locker room, on the field, and into the lives of head coach Steve Hansen and the players.

As the series begins, the team faces a daunting road ahead following the retirement of superstar veterans. With the pride of New Zealand resting on their shoulders, they must band together to face the physical demands of rugby, the critical eye of their fans and the media and the challenges of family and fatherhood all while vying to maintain a century-long legacy of dominance in the sport.

The series will be global releases and available on PrimeVideo.com for Prime Video members in more than 200 countries and territories.

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