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Michael Jordan's 'The Last Dance' Netflix Docuseries Already Has Us HYPE - SEE THE TRAILER + Lee Daniels Is Out Here WINNING

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A docuseries about Michael Jordan is about to give basketball fans a treat of a lifetime. See the trailer, plus deets on Lee Daniels' new overall deal with FOX and his shows "Empire" and "Star" being renewed inside...

Basketball fans, specifically Michael Jordan fans, get excited!

Netflix and ESPN have teamed up for "The Last Dance," a 10-part docuseries that "will chronicle one of the greatest icons and most successful dynasties in sports history, Michael Jordan and the 1990s Chicago Bulls."

Fans will relive all of the highlights in Jordan's rise to fame in the NBA through contributions from Jordan himself and other players from the Bulls' title winning teams. Not only that, we'll get to soak in "never-before-seen footage from the team's last championship run in the 1997-98 season."

Peep the official trailer below:

 

 

"The Last Dance" is set to premiere on Netflix in 2019. We'll keep you posted on the actual premiere date.

In cable TV news...

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Lee Daniels' reign at FOX continues!

The director/producer/writer has reportedly inked a new overall deal with 20th Century Fox Television and is ready to bring more content that his fans love.

“I’ve loved the creative freedom Fox has afforded me over the last several years and proud of the work that we’ve collectively achieved as a result of it,” Daniels said. “I’m excited to continue my time at the studio and produce television that isn’t only personal to my own stories, but also find undiscovered, diverse, new voices to bring to the small screen.”

The news about the new deal come at the same time his shows "Empire" and "Star" received renewals. "Empire" will return for a fifth season and "STAR" has been given the greenlight for a third season.

Congrats Lee!

 

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