After the undeniable commercial success of the MJ docu-series, The Last Dance, NBA fans have been craving for some more of these tell-all documentaries.
Every Sunday, from April 19 to May 17, almost everyone and their dog were glued to the TV for the long-awaited Michael Jordan docu-series, The Last Dance.
The Last Dance became a popular obsession for everyone, sports fan or not. People alive during the 1990s knew how popular MJ truly was in his prime, becoming one of the most well-known figures in pop culture.
The series had everything that captivated audiences, including those awesome behind-the-scenes clips that fans were looking forward to. It was a huge circus of fanatics, drama and success, and it was everything sports fans were craving.
After the success of The Last Dance, NBA fans have been looking for a new documentary/docu-series to dig into.
It’s not like we haven’t been getting NBA documentaries ever. 30 for 30 is still the top dog for sports documentaries. Some of their best NBA documentaries, like Fab Five, Winning Time, Once Brothers and I Hate Christian Laettner, have been prime examples of NBA stories that were loved.
But following The Last Dance, what other documentaries or docu-series could we see be released in the coming months or years?
We’ve decided to take a look at some of the best topics in NBA history that would be worth a documentary, or a high-budget one at least. So, grab your popcorn, grab your soda, and get comfy. We’re going to look at fifteen NBA documentaries we’d certainly binge during the hiatus.