'All or Nothing' Rams series includes Jeff Fisher's firing

LOS ANGELES -- The "All or Nothing" series that will chronicle the Los Angeles Rams' tumultuous 2016 season and is being presented by Amazon Prime will be available for streaming on June 30.

And Jeff Fisher's firing will be part of it.

A trailer released by Amazon on Wednesday includes a tease to Fisher telling his players, "We've had some great team meetings. This is one that you're probably going to remember, because I'm no longer your head coach."

Fisher was fired on Dec. 12, the day after a blowout loss at home to the Atlanta Falcons. The Rams lost each of their last seven games, finishing their first season back in L.A. with a 4-12 record while sporting the NFL's worst offense. The eight-episode series, produced by NFL Films and titled "All or Nothing: A Season with the Los Angeles Rams," will look back at a 12-month stretch, from the move out of St. Louis to the hiring of Sean McVay and everything in between.

Jon Hamm, star of "Mad Men," will narrate the series, as he did last year when the Cardinals were featured. This will mark the third reality series that chronicles last year's Rams, following "Hard Knocks," the HBO series that followed them through training camp, and "Hollywood and Football," an E! series that followed six Rams players and their significant others.