ESPN, Netflix announce 10-part Michael Jordan documentary series that will debut next year
Tuesday, 15 May 2018 () NBA legend Michael Jordan will be the focus of a 10-part documentary series announced by ESPN Films and Netflix on Tuesday. "The Last Dance" will debut next year with Jordan's full participation.
ESPN and Netflix Team Up for Multi-Part Documentary on Michael Jordan ESPN films and the streaming service are set to release the 10-part documentary in 2019. The joint production is called ‘The Last Dance’ and will chronicle Jordan and the Chicago Bulls in the 1990s. According to the press...
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