How to Watch ‘All or Nothing: Toronto Maple Leafs’ Online For Free
Amazon Prime Video is giving us an early taste of hockey as we inch closer and closer to the official start of the NHL season with All or Nothing: Toronto Maple Leafs.
The latest edition of the All or Nothing docuseries franchise will follow the Toronto Maple Leafs organization as they compete in the first all-Canadian division in NHL history, offering an intimate look into the world of the players, coaches, and team personnel.
How to Watch All or Nothing: Toronto Maple Leafs
- When: Debuts Friday, October 1
- Streaming: Watch on Amazon Prime Video
All or Nothing: Toronto Maple Leafs will join the storied franchise as it opens its 104th NHL season, featuring its players, coaches, and management in their pursuit for the Stanley Cup championship. Along with director-led camera crews and a host of remotely-operated fixed-rig cameras and ambient microphones, the production will capture the raw and authentic highs and lows of the season as never seen before.
“All or Nothing has an established reputation for its inspiring storytelling and unprecedented access to some of the world’s biggest sports franchises,” said NHL Chief Content Officer and Senior Executive Vice President Steve Mayer. “What an amazing honor that Amazon has chosen the NHL and one of our most storied teams in hockey history, the Toronto Maple Leafs, to follow. With the unwavering support of the Leafs players, coaches, and front office, we will give fans around the world unprecedented access to an entire NHL team’s season for the first time ever. We welcome this incredible opportunity to partner with Amazon to expand on the NHL’s continued commitment to bringing our great game not only to our hockey fans but all sports fans worldwide.”
All or Nothing: Toronto Maple Leafs comes from Amazon Studios, produced in association with NHL Original Productions and Cream Films. Executive Producers are Steve Mayer, Ross Greenburg, and Steven Stern. All or Nothing: Toronto Maple Leafs is the second announced Canadian Amazon Original series following The Kids in the Hall. Since 2015, Amazon Studios has filmed 22 Amazon Original series and films in Canada, including The Man in the High Castle and Upload in Vancouver, The Boys and The Expanse in Toronto, Tales from the Loop in Winnipeg, as well as parts of Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan and The Voyeurs in Montreal.