Netflix & ESPN Partner On Michael Jordan Docuseries 'The Last Dance'

Tanya Simon
May 15, 2018

Naturally, NBA legend Michael Jordan will be at the center of "30 for 30" series about the Bulls, which is titled "The Last Dance".

Now, Jordan is participating in an upcoming multi-part documentary co-produced by ESPN and Netflix that will span 10 hours, according to sports reporter Richard Deitsch.

Jason Hehir is helmed to direct and will incorporate hours of previously unseen footage from the last time the Bulls won a championship in 1997-1998.

The series is slated to premiere in 2019.

Jimmy Fallon, Ariana Grande Sing with Nintendo Labo
Jimmy Fallon himself was involved in the action with his own guitar play fitting in seamlessly with the rest of the band. We asked if we could make other cardboard things like guitars and they [Nintendo] said, of course, we'll help you do it.

The Michael Jordan documentary you have all been waiting for has finally been announced, and it should be worth the wait.

Over 500 hours of never-before-seen footage has been tapped and is included throughout the series along with interviews and insight from Jordan himself and other important figures related to the Chicago Bulls franchise and National Basketball Association in the '90s.

The 14-time All-Star, 10-time scoring champion, five-time regular-season MVP, six-time NBA champion and six-time NBA Finals MVP is now the principle owner of the Charlotte Hornets.

This apparently bothers Jordan, a notoriously pissy competitor who shit-talked his own teammates and was far worse to opponents.

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