How to Watch ‘All or Nothing: Michigan’ Online for Free

While Michigan’s men’s basketball team is fresh off an impressive run to the national championship, the football team is about to re-enter the spotlight. The documentary series, “All or Nothing: The Michigan Wolverines,” which gives a behind-the-scenes look at the team’s 2017 season, is set to be released on Amazon Prime on Friday, April 6.

If you have Amazon Prime already, you can head to the Amazon website to start watching any of the eight episodes. If you don’t have Amazon Prime, you can sign up for a 30-day free trial right here, then immediately begin watching the documentary series.

Here’s a complete rundown of all your sign-up options and how to watch on different devices:

If You Have Amazon Prime

If you want to watch on your computer, make sure you’re signed into your Amazon Prime account, then head here to find the complete selection of “All or Nothing: The Michigan Wolverines” episodes.

If you want to watch via your phone, tablet or streaming device, you can do so via an Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV stick, or the Amazon Video app, which is free to download. You can read here for a complete list of compatible devices.

If You Don’t Have Amazon Prime

You’ll need a subscription to Amazon Prime or Amazon Prime Video to watch the show online. Fortunately, it’s easy to sign up for a free trial, and there are a number of different options when doing so:

Amazon Prime Video: The cheapest monthly option, it costs $8.99 per month and includes unlimited streaming of Amazon’s on-demand movies and TV shows. You can sign up for a free 30-day trial.

Amazon Prime: In addition to unlimited streaming of Amazon’s movies and TV shows, you get things like free two-day shipping, music streaming and access to Amazon’s library of E-books. Pricing options are either $12.99 per month or $99 per year, and you can sign up for a free 30-day trial

Amazon Prime Student: If you’re a student, you can sign up for Amazon Prime Student. It’s the same as Amazon Prime but comes with a six-month free trial.

Once you’ve signed up, you can head to Amazon’s website to start watching on your computer, or you can watch on your phone, tablet or streaming device via an Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV stick, or the Amazon Video app, which is free to download. You can read here for a complete list of compatible devices.


While Amazon’s “All or Nothing” documentary series began in the NFL with the Arizona Cardinals and Los Angeles Rams, and will continue on that front with the Dallas Cowboys, its success persuaded the company to explore different avenues. The New Zealand All Blacks rugby team and Manchester City FC soccer team will both be featured in upcoming series, while Michigan is first college team to have its season chronicled.

And it was certainly an interesting season.

After winning 10 games in each of Jim Harbaugh’s first two years on campus, the Wolverines entered the 2017 campaign with big expectations, as they ranked 11th in the AP preseason poll. Things started off promising with a big win over Florida to begin the season, and after three more wins, they had risen to seventh in the nation at the start of October.

But the rest of the season was a disappointment. Michigan’s only wins in the Big Ten came against Purdue, Indiana, Rutgers, Minnesota and Maryland, while they were out-classed anytime they played quality competition, as they lost to Michigan State, Penn State, Wisconsin and Ohio State, and finally lost in the Outback Bowl to South Carolina.

It will be interesting to see how Michigan and Harbaugh dealt with that disappointment throughout the year, but there will be plenty of other compelling storylines, as well. The quarterback situation (Wilton Speight, John O’Korn and Brandon Peters all got time under center and were all mostly underwhelming) is obviously a big one, but as always with these kind of documentary series’, the off-the-field content is likely to be the most intriguing part.

The series is narrated by “NCIS” star Mark Harmon, who played at UCLA and is the son of former Michigan Heisman Trophy winner Tom Harmon.

Source: Heavy Sports