ESPN Movies has grow to be a large within the sports activities documentary world because of the 30-for-30 sequence that has produced a number of the greatest sports activities movies of the final decade.
On Tuesday, ESPN introduced a partnership with Netflix for an upcoming 10-hour, 10-part documentary on Michael Jordan referred to as The Final Dance that can come out a while in 2019. The documentary is directed by Jason Hehir, who additionally directed ESPN’s Fab 5 doc and HBO’s current Andre The Large hit, and can doc the “simultaneous rise of Jordan and the NBA in these years.”
As evidenced by the title, The Final Dance will embody a ton of footage from the Bulls’ 1997-98 season and can have full participation from Jordan to inform the story.
Anchored by greater than 500 hours of never-before-seen footage from the workforce’s final championship run within the 1997-98 season, “The Final Dance” can have the complete participation of Jordan and different key figures from the Bulls’ championship groups, in addition to dozens of different luminaries from basketball and past.
You may watch the teaser trailer beneath, as Jordan particulars precisely what the documentary will hopefully present to followers.
It will undoubtedly be a wildly well-liked sequence and with a lot unseen footage it ought to supply even probably the most die onerous Jordan fan some new info.
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