NBA Legend Michael Jordan is once again making headlines for this latest documentary, The Last Dance. NBA conqueror and a 6th time Champ Michael Jordan’s documentary, “The Last Dance” premieres on Sunday, April 19. ESPN is up with the latest documentary The Last Dance is featuring the arguably the greatest basketball player of all time (GOAT) Michael Jordan 1997-98 NBA. In this basketball session, Jordan’s startling performance has surpassed all the previous records and has set the NBA title. Talking about the documentary, The Last Dance is going to feature the unheard stories of his career so far.
ESPN’s latest documentary The Last Dance will not only feature MJ but also will feature several key individuals from his legendry career. Interviews with many other famous players are also there.
The greatest basketball icon of all time, Michael Jordan, has his documentary The Last Dance divided into ten segments capturing footage that no one has ever witnessed before especially in the 1997-98 NBA season from the Chicago Bulls.
There are some reports which suggest that Jordan’s documentary The Last Dance was scheduled to release in June, but due to some reasons, the documentary release date was shifted to April. Jason Hehir is the director of Michael Jordan’s documentary.
ESPN will premiere Jordan’s documentary The Last Dance on every Sunday night with two episodes airing back-to-back starting from 9 PM.
Here is the schedule of The Last Dance on ESPN
Sunday, April 19
Episodes 1 & 2: 9 p.m.
Sunday, April 26
Episodes 3 & 4: 9 p.m.
Sunday, May 3
Episodes 6 & 6: 9 p.m.
Sunday, May 10
Episodes 7 & 8: 9 p.m.
Sunday, May 17
The two final episodes 9 & 10: 9 p.m. To watch The Last Dance on ESPN
According to the reports, the ESPN app will premiere the documentary of the NBA legend Michael Jordan’s, The Last Dance. The viewers can also watch it on ESPN Plus app. Every Sunday after Jordan’s documentary, the last dance you can also watch on ESPN Plus, which is going to broadcast “Detail: 1998 Chicago Bulls,” which is a companion series hosted by Steve Kerr, Dennis Rodman, and head coach Phil Jackson, with five episodes, streaming.
The videos for the documentary were shot on the call of NBA producers as they wanted record season-long activities of Jordan. NBA Entertainment Producer Andy Thompson revealed that he got astonished to think that nobody ever thought of documenting the full season of greatest every player step on the basketball field.
“I mean, then, as it is now, Michael was one of the most famous people on the planet,” said NBA commissioner Adam Silver, who was the head of NBA Entertainment at the time. “And there were rumors that it was going to be Michael’s last season.”
However, Micheal Jordan and producers of NBA Entertainment made a pact that the footage will be kept as a physical copy in a locker and no one could use them without each other’s explicit permission. It was due to this deal that more than 500 hours of film — sat in a vault in Secaucus. However, Jordan finally agreed to stream the entire season and let fans enjoy.