The ESPN documentary series “The Last Dance” kickstarted yesterday night. The people have gone crazy after watching the first two episodes, which features Michael Jordan and Chicago Bulls.
The 10 part documentary will feature unprecedented interviews and footage. The episodes will telecast on ESPN in the U.S. and available on Netflix outside the U.S.
Watch: The Last Dance
The series focused on 1997- 1998 Chicago Bulls when Michael Jordan played his first season. The documentary was announced in 2018 by ESPN, and an official trailer was released on December 24, 2019. Ever since the fans of Air Jordan have been waiting to know the unknown situations and after the telecast, as expected, amateurs have gone mad with tweet rampage.
The first episode featured with Jordan’s arrival, which also featured America’s former President, Barack Obama, who mentions the difficulty of grabbing tickets after Jordan enters the Bulls.
The Los Angeles Lakers Icon, Earvin Magic Johnson, calls Jordan as one of his greatest entertainer of all time.
Michael Jordan, whose top ten mysterious facts was recently out in the air, is a man of surprises.
“Michael Jordan’s Last Dance was fantastic, and I loved all two hours of it!! Young fans that never got to see Micale play now understand why he’s the G.O.A.T. of basketball! Michael Jordan, Michael Jackson, and Beyonce are the greatest entertainers of my lifetime, and you could probably throw Muhammad Ali in there.”
The N.B.A. star Dwayne Wade and his wife, Actress Gabriella expressed their love for Jordan through their tweets, which went viral.
“I don’t think I’m gonna be able to sleep tonight thinking about Scottie’s terrible contract,” tweeted the actress while Dwayne wade went crazy. ” If I had three wishes in my life, I think I would have asked for TheLastDance. Man, MJ had it! He was chosen to be the GOAT.”
Chicago Bulls were excited to see the celebrations on Twitter: “How long until Episode 3 starts?”
The series has an average score of 8.38 out of 10. The series is directed by Jason Hehir and produced by Michael Tollin, and the duration of each episode is 60 minutes.
The documentary series is released weekly from April 19 to May 17 with two episodes on each Sunday. The chapters will release on Netflix after ESPN airing.