ESPN Documentary ‘The Last Dance,’ About Michael Jordan and The Chicago Bulls, Gets New Trailer
The ten-part docuseries follows Jordan’s Chicago Bulls through their epic 1997-98 season as they clinch MJ’s sixth and final NBA championship.
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ESPN has shared a celeb-studded new trailer for its upcoming 10-part MIchael Jordan documentary series The Last Dance, which features scores of big names who sat down for the project. The latest teaser shows Barack Obama, Phil Jackson, Kobe Bryant, Dennis Rodman, Scottie Pippen, Charles Barkley, Justin Timberlake, and even Rodman’s ex-wife, Carmen Electra, as they prepare to be interviewed. Watch it above.
The ambitious ten-part series follows Jordan’s Chicago Bulls through their epic 1997-98 season as they clinch MJ’s sixth and final NBA championship. It features previously unseen footage mixed with tons of interviews that chronicle how this fabled NBA dream team influenced both sports and culture in the late ’90s.
The Last Dance, which is a joint production between ESPN and Netflix, is set to begin airing in June 2020. All ten episodes are directed by Jason Hehir, who earlier worked on HBO’s Andre the Giant documentary.