One of the most awaited sports documentaries ‘The Last Dance’ is finally out on April 19, 2020. The greatest legendary basketball icon of all time, Michael Jordan, documentary, “The Last Dance,” is a 10-part series. It will be broadcasted every Sunday night on ESPN.
The Jordon’s documentary will not only be broadcasted on ESPN.com and the ESPN app for US citizens but will also premiere on Netflix outside the US. The episodes will surely be made available for online streaming, five hours after the TV broadcast (which is at 11.30 AM IST).
According to the reports, the documentary, “The Last Dance,” features ten episodes and the duration of each episode of this documentary will be 60 minutes long. However, the 1997/98 season is the main intriguing highlight, and the viewers will also get a peek at the six-time NBA champions Bulls career.
There are reports which also suggest that this documentary has interviews and recordings of people (could be famous personalities) communicating with Jordan that were never seen before.
It is also claimed that former and the most powerful American President Barack Obama, late NBA legend Kobe Bryant, and Steve Kerr are those whose interviews were added in the much-awaited Jordan documentary series The Last Dance, talking about the legacy inspiring walk of Jordan in Basketball.
Unfortunately, people are now thinking MJ to be a Bad Man after watching his documentary, The Last dance. Michael Jordan said it in a recent interview. In addition to this, the interview with Good Morning America revealed the first sneak preview for the documentary.
Here is the schedule of The Last Dance for Netflix:
Monday, April 20 — The Last Dance Episodes 1 and 2 — 12:01 am PT / 3.01AM ET / 9.01AM CET (Berlin) / 8.01AM BST (London), 12.01pm IST, 5.01PM AEDT (Sydney).
Monday, April 27 — Episodes 3 and 4;
Monday, May 4 — Episodes 5 and 6;
Monday, May 11 — Episodes 7 and 8;
Monday, May 18 — Episodes 9 and 10.
Netflix users can watch the documentary on April 20. ESPN’s Michael Jordan centric ‘The Last Dance’ is going to be broadcasted on Monday, April 20, on website Netflix. This is the eagerly awaited documentary about the Chicago Bulls of the 1990s.
The most interesting part was done by the New York Times, as they revealed a curious detail about the series just before the launch date.