Published: Tue, May 15, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

ESPN & Netflix Partner Up For 10-Hour Michael Jordan Documentary

ESPN & Netflix Partner Up For 10-Hour Michael Jordan Documentary

Jordan is arguably one of the greatest icons and most successful dynasties in sports history.

Michael Jordan comparison/debate will be a huge topic of discussion for fans.

Netflix and ESPN Films are teaming up to produce a documentary series about Basketball Hall of Famer Michael Jordan, ESPN and Netflix announced Tuesday. ESPN's 30 For 30 just released a teaser on The Last Dance, so give it a look and stay tuned for official info on it.

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

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The series will delve into Jordan's transformative rise that coincided - some would say led to - increased popularity of the National Basketball Association. Once they do, we can figure out how many years from now we'll get the definitive 10-part LeBron James documentary.

ESPN also promised there will be "never-before-seen footage" from the 1997-98 season.

Jason Hehir who directed HBO's Andre The Giant documentary and the 30 for 30:The Fab Five will be overseeing the new documentary on Jordan.

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