ESPN dubeted the first two episodes of the much awaited NBA superstar, Michael Jordon and Chicago Bulls documentary series ‘The Last Dance’.
It is a mini series which is based on basketball team Chicago Bulls 1997-98. Also this series is about Michael Jordon’s career and how his season went with the Bulls.
The premiere was pushed back to April from June due to the current situation and lack of sports happening worldwide.
According to a press release ESPN announced that The Last Dance had an average of 6.1 million viewers for the first two episodes which were on aired on both ESPN and ESPN2.
The content of the series original and is being watched by many fans. It is the most viewed series on ESPN Network since 2004 and surpassed another documentary You Don’t Know Bo in 2012. The documentary is watched by the age group of 18-49.
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If you’ve still missed out The Last Dance then you better check it out. The run time of each episode is approximately 50 minutes. The new episodes will continue to come on air every Sunday on both ESPN and ESPN2 until May 17 at 9:00 pm ET.
You can watch the first two episodes on Hulu or watch them on demand through ESPN app. Also The Last Dance is also available on Netflix.