ESPN and Netflix are teaming up to release the ultimate Michael Jordan documentary. The doc will be called The Last Dance, and it will cover the life and career of the legendary basketball player.
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The documentary is massive in scope; it will be a 10-part series that will feature more than 500 hours of never-before-seen footage from the team’s 1997-98 championship-winning season. According to ESPN, the doc will have full participation from Jordan himself.
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The last time ESPN did something this ambitious the results were amazing; it was in 2016 with the release of O.J.: Made in America, five-part miniseries that would end up winning an Oscar.
The Last Dance will release in 2019. Watch the first trailer for it below.
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