Though there hasn’t been any sports news surfacing on ESPN because every sport has been cancelled indefinitely, the documentaries are still coming. There have been rumors that Michael Jordan‘s The Last Dance documentary was coming earlier than its June 2020 ABC/ESPN premiere, but it has been confirmed its not. Even after all the commercials they’ve been showing lately.
Bad news. Doesn't look like ESPN will move up release of 'The Last Dance' Michael Jordan Bulls doc: 'The reality is that the production of that film has not yet been completed, so we are limited there at the moment. Obviously, you can’t air it until it’s done,' says Burke Magnus.
— Michael McCarthy (@MMcCarthyREV) March 17, 2020
The network has released an exclusive first look at the documentary, for those who wanted to see more ahead of the 10-part series.
"I would never say I was cutthroat. I was a competitor."
"I didn't really care If I broke him. If they did get broken then they are not going to be helpful to us when we need them the most."
— David Astramskas (@redapples) March 16, 2020
You can take a look at the extended sneak peek above, which features appearances from Kobe Bryant, NBA commissioner Adam Silver, Phil Jackson, Justin Timberlake, Carmen Electra, Nas, Ahmad Rashad, Magic Johnson, Dikembe Mutombo, Pat Riley, Charles Barkley, Gary Payton, Patrick Ewing and more.