ESPN Films & Netflix Announce A 10-Part Michael Jordan Doc For 2019

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Watch Trailer For Michael Jordan, Bulls '30 For 30′ Mega-Documentary By ESPN

ESPN and Netflix are ready to tell a story so big they need each other to help tell it.

In what can only be described as a gift from the Basketball Gods, Michael Jordan and his Chicago Bulls of the 1990s are getting a 10-hour documentary treatment from Netflix and ESPN Films.

Films and Netflix have announced a new 10-part documentary series (10 hours) called "The Last Dance", detailing legendary National Basketball Association icon Michael Jordon and the 1990s Chicago Bulls dynasty. The series, titled "The Last Dance", is set to premiere in 2019 and according to Richard Deitsch of The Athletic, MJ has approved the project and will take part in it.

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Be on the lookout for more regarding the docu-series and view the teaser featuring Jordan, Phil Jackson, Scottie Pippen, Dennis Rodman and all of the legendary figures of those ball clubs below.

The series will be directed by Jason Hehir, who has previously directed other sports documentaries such as The Fab Five, The '85 Bears, and Andre the Giant.

Neither ESPN nor Netflix have announced a release date yet. It is expected to pull from 500 hour of never-before-seen-footage from the 1997-98 championship season.

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