Charting the rise of the 1990's Chicago Bulls, led by Michael Jordan, one of the most notable dynasties in sports history.
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Top Rated TV #16 | Won 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 9 wins & 5 nominations. See more awards »

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Phil Jackson ...  Self - Bulls Head Coach 1989 - 1998 10 episodes, 2020
Michael Jordan ...  Self 10 episodes, 2020
David Aldridge ...  Self - ESPN Reporter 1996 - 2004 9 episodes, 2020
Scottie Pippen ...  Self - Bulls Forward 1987 - 1998 9 episodes, 2020
Steve Kerr ...  Self - Bulls Guard 1992 - 1998 8 episodes, 2020
Michael Wilbon ...  Self - The Washington Post 1980 - 2010 8 episodes, 2020
Deloris Jordan ...  Self - Michael's Mother 6 episodes, 2020
Andrea Kremer ...  Self - ESPN Correspondent 1989 - 2006 6 episodes, 2020
John Paxson ...  Self - Bulls Guard 1985 - 1994 6 episodes, 2020
Bill Wennington ...  Self - Bulls Center 1993 - 1999 6 episodes, 2020
B.J. Armstrong ...  Self - Bulls Guard 1989 - 1995 5 episodes, 2020
Bob Costas ...  Self - WGN-Chicago 1979 - 1980 / ... 5 episodes, 2020
Ahmad Rashad ...  Self - NBC Sports 1983 - 2002 5 episodes, 2020
Jerry Reinsdorf ...  Self - Chicago Bulls Owner 5 episodes, 2020
Dennis Rodman ...  Self 5 episodes, 2020
Sam Smith ...  Self - Chicago Tribune 1979 - 2008 5 episodes, 2020
David Stern ...  Self - NBA Commissioner 1984 - 2014 5 episodes, 2020
Rick Telander ...  Self - Chicago Sun-Times 5 episodes, 2020
Mark Vancil ...  Self - Author, 'Rare Air' 5 episodes, 2020
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Charting the rise of the 1990's Chicago Bulls, led by Michael Jordan, one of the most notable dynasties in sports history.

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"The Last Dance" is the most-viewed ESPN documentary ever. See more »

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Referenced in Money in the Bank (2020) (2020) See more »

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We know how this ends, but the documentary starts out perfect!
20 April 2020 | by badgalfronciSee all my reviews

We saw Michael Jordan on the court for several years, but this documentary brings you in as if you don't know how it all ends. This documentary is very well put together. It begins the first two episodes with flashbacks between the early start Jordan's career and college days to the career high of champion seasons. The story then moves on to Pippen's story with a similar order (early days then career high), but also a challenging relationship with team ownership. As the series moves on we will get to Rodman and more of Phil Jackson's history with Chicago. The Last Dance is definitely a must see.


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19 April 2020 (USA) See more »

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The Last Dance See more »

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