Sports fans rejoice! ESPN has moved the premiere date of its highly anticipated basketball legend Michael Jordan’s docuseries to April 19th.
The 10-episode documentary, called The Last Dance, was originally set to debut in June but in the wake of the Coronavirus, the sports channel has announced that it will be released on April 19th. The change was announced on Good Morning America on Tuesday.
The Last Dance provides an intimate look at the the sports legend’s life, with never-before-seen footage of the athlete and his then-team the Chicago Bulls that was shot during their triumphant 1997-1998 season when the team won the NBA championship.
More than 100 people close to Jordan and the team were interviewed for the docuseries.
— ESPN (@espn) March 31, 2020