One of the most anticipated sports documentaries ever makes its debut this weekend.
"The Last Dance," the 10-part series chronicling the final season of the Michael Jordan-led Chicago Bulls will premiere Sunday night on ESPN.
The documentary about the 1997-98 Bulls was originally scheduled to air during the 2020 NBA Finals in June, but ESPN decided to move things up with sports seasons on hold due to the global coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
With all the key figures, including star Michael Jordan and coach Phil Jackson, set to be free agents in 1997, the team entered the campaign knowing they wouldn't have another season together. So Jackson dubbed the season "The Last Dance."
The Bulls eventually beat the Utah Jazz in the 1998 NBA Finals for their sixth title in eight seasons, capping off one of the greatest dynasties in league history.
Those Bulls teams were revered, but as we've seen in clips released by ESPN, it wasn't smooth sailing.
In an interview with The Athletic, director Jason Hehir recounted a conversation with Jordan in which the Hall of Famer said he didn't want to do the documentary because viewers would see him as a "horrible guy."
Alas, the film will be released Sunday, and we can judge Jordan for ourselves.
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Here's the schedule for "The Last Dance," and how you can watch:
Sunday, April 19
6 p.m. PT | Premiere of Episode 1
7 p.m. PT | Premiere of Episode 2
Sunday, April 26
6 p.m. PT | Premiere of Episode 3
7 p.m. PT | Premiere of Episode 4
Sunday, May 3
6 p.m. PT | Premiere of Episode 5
7 p.m. PT | Premiere of Episode 6
Sunday, May 10
6 p.m. PT | Premiere of Episode 7
7 p.m. PT | Premiere of Episode 8
Sunday, May 17
6 p.m. PT | Premiere of Episode 9
7 p.m. PT | Premiere of Episode 10
Streaming: ESPN App