ESPN and Netflix team up to chronicle the rise of Michael Jordan

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ESPN & Netflix has decided it will tell Michael Jordan's life story.

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The Last Dance premieres in ten parts on Netflix and ESPN sometime in 2019. 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. Mike Tollin will produce.

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Be on the lookout for more regarding the docu-series and view the teaser featuring Jordan, Phil Jackson, Scottie Pippen, Dennis Rodman and all of the legendary figures of those ball clubs below. The 10-part series will focus on Jordan's rise to fame with the Chicago Bulls during the 1990's, as well as how the NBA's rise followed Jordan's own success. It is expected to pull from 500 hour of never-before-seen-footage from the 1997-98 championship season. Thankfully, Michael Jordan also made Space Jam so he's culturally unimpeachable. The project is a collaboration between Netflix and ESPN Films, with Andre the Giant documentary director Jason Hehir steering the ship.

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