Published: Tue, May 15, 2018
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Netflix, ESPN Films Releasing a 10-Hour Michael Jordan Documentary

Netflix, ESPN Films Releasing a 10-Hour Michael Jordan Documentary

This 10-hour series sets out to detail Jordan's legacy with the Chicago Bulls as one of the greatest sports dynasties in history.

The series will feature over 500 hours of unseen footage from the Bulls' final title in the 1997-98 National Basketball Association season and will air on Netflix in 2019.

The Last Dance is produced by Mandalay Sports Media, in association with NBA Entertainment and Jump.23.

But Michael Jordan's name still rings loud and clear as one of the most acclaimed of all time.

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The Last Dance will officially be announced Tuesday at the ESPN upfront presentation.

The documentary will premiere in 2019, but you can watch the trailer for it now. Producing the series will be Mike Tollin, whose prior work includes Hardwood Dreams, Varsity Blues, Coach Carter, and Radio.

He also had a near-sociopathic need to win, which should make those 500 unseen hours from The Last Dance particularly interesting.

And according to multiple reports, Jordan has fully signed off on the project. Jordan won a national championship at North Carolina in 1982 and spent three years with the Tar Heels.

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