Have you been eager for your fix of sports? How about your fix of the NBA during these tough times? ESPN has got you covered with one of The Last Dance.
ESPN has agreed to release the highly anticipated Michael Jordan documentary: The Last Dance as early as this Sunday, April 19. The documentary event will be a 10-part miniseries, focusing and taking a deep look into MJ’s 1997-98 season, which would be his final season apart of the Chicago Bulls. Through the usage of more than 10,000 hours of exclusive behind-the-scenes access to the lineup, entwined with current-day interviews, The Last Dance promises to be one of the most captivating sports documentaries in recent memory.
As we saw in the trailer, the documentary will feature some massive names, from both the basketball world and the pop-culture world.
Names such as the late great Kobe Bryant and Barack Obama, flanked with MJ’s former teammates, Scottie Pippen, Dennis Rodman and Steve Kerr, have all been teased to make appearances throughout the documentary. This documentary promises to be a wild ride and a look into the Bulls’ dominant dynasty throughout the 90s.
How to stream The Last Dance
Beginning from Sunday, April 19, ESPN will air back-to-back episodes of The Last Dance at 9 PM ET and 10 PM ET (Eastern Time). The Last Dance will be released on cable, satellite and TV streaming services, including Hulu + Live TV, Sling TV, AT&T TV and YouTube TV. For those who don’t have a cable or satellite service can also watch The Last Dance on the ESPN App, a subscription is required though.
How to stream The Last Dance outside of America
And great news for those outside of the U.S, Netflix will be premiering The Last Dance after the ESPN airing, at 12:01 PT (Pacific Time). The ten-part mini-series will be airing back-to-back episodes every Sunday, from April 19 to May 17, all on ESPN, followed by the Netflix release.
For those who want to re-run of history and a viewing guide, Basketball Reference has released a handy viewers guide, featuring all kinds of statistics from MJ’s 1997-98 season as well as statistics from his teammates.
For everything on The Last Dance, be sure to tune into Hoops Habit as we continue our coverage.