Anything you can do Michael Jordan can do better, now including documentaries.
The GOAT picked up yet another big win as a report from Lucas Shaw of Bloomberg stated that the Jordan-focused docuseries 'The Last Dance' passed the oft-discussed 'Tiger King' as 'the most in-demand documentary in the world.' According to research firm Parrot Analytics, The Last Dance was one of the 20 most in-demand shows in the world.
Steve Langdon, the director of partnerships at Parrot, said that the company has been "tracking a rise in demand for sports documentaries during the coronavirus pandemic," and have seen a big boost for sports documentaries during this period, as they are being searched for as much as popular TV sitcoms. The docuseries reportedly peaked at No. 11 in the US this week and is already without a doubt, ESPN's most popular documentary of all-time.
The Last Dance is currently being broadcast on ESPN in the US and outside of the US, it can be watched on Netflix the day after episodes air. The full docuseries will be available on Netflix in the US during the summer.
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