ESPN Films and Netflix are pooling their resources to present something that’s long overdue, a documentary series profiling the life and career of NBA icon Michael Jordan.
Due in 2019, “The Last Dance” is a 10-part documentary that has the full blessing of Jordan and will include his participation in the series.
Once cut from his varsity high school basketball team as a sophomore, His Airness went on to become among the greatest basketball players in NBA history, if not the greatest.
The ESPN Films 30 for 30 Twitter account posted the following teaser for the documentary:
IT’S HAPPENING. #MichaelJordan #TheLastDance https://t.co/d3EDwt2LKw pic.twitter.com/MapBHmVwSg
— ESPN Films 30 for 30 (@30for30) May 15, 2018
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