Even if you’re vaguely familiar with the NBA, you’ve heard of Michael Jordan. With a countless number of video interviews or unofficial documentaries, there’s a well of information within the Internet’s universe for one to become familiar with His Airness. But for ESPN’s upcoming special, fans and indifferent viewers will get to see another side of not only No. 23, but the storied Chicago Bulls of the ‘90s.
On Christmas Day (Dec. 25), the sports network unveiled the trailer for its 10-part program titled The Last Dance. Starring Jordan alongside his Bulls teammates Steve Kerr, Dennis Rodman, and Scottie Pippen, the short film will examine Jordan’s rise to an untouchable status and the team’s ’90s reign.
The doc is part of ESPN’s award-winning 30 For 30 tentpole. Jordan and his aforementioned teammates will revisit their time on the court as they attained icon status despite the challenges.
The Last Dance is set to premiere on ESPN in 2020. View the trailer below.
Cannot. Wait. 😳
“The Last Dance,” a 10-part documentary series will chronicle Michael Jordan and the 1990s Chicago Bulls, one of the greatest icons and most successful dynasties in sports history, will debut on ESPN in 2020. pic.twitter.com/B72ljh5GbE
— NBA on ESPN (@ESPNNBA) December 25, 2018