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

16 May 2018

The film, directed by Jason Hehir (The Fab Five) and produced by Mike Tollin, will also reportedly cover the rise of the National Basketball Association during Air Jordan's reign.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Hehir has access to "more than 500 previously unseen hours of footage" from the 1997-1998 National Basketball Association season, which marked Jordan's final championship run with the Bulls. Netflix got away from these types of documentaries after losing the licensing rights to the 30 for 30 films more than a year ago.

But Michael Jordan's name still rings loud and clear as one of the most acclaimed of all time.

Directed by Jason Hehir and produced by Mike Tollin, the anthology is expected to be released in 2019. We should have seen everything already.

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Films and Netflix are partnering for a multi-part documentary on Jordan titled, "The Last Dance".

Hehir had access to nearly 500 hours of previously unseen footage from that 97-98' championship run for the Bulls. Jordan has signed off on his participation.

Michael Jordan is one of North America's (and the world's) most iconic athletes ever.

There are unconfirmed reports that Bugs Bunny will feature, talking about Jordan's cameo in Space Jam.

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Long before Netflix arrived on the circuit and blew everyone way with their unique approach to making and acquiring gripping documentaries, ESPN had cemented their reputation as the definitive home for sports documentaries.

Michael Jordan will be the subject in "The Last Dance" which will be officially announced on Tuesday, according to the Sporting News' Michael McCarthy.

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