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The Last Dance is an American sports documentary television series about the professional basketball team the Chicago Bulls and their 1997-98 season. The 10-part series focuses primarily on former player Michael Jordan and his career with the Bulls. The series was directed by Jason Hehir and produced by Mike Tollin.


On May 15th, 2018, Deadline[1] announced that ESPN and Netflix were teaming on a 10-part documentary series about the Chicago Bulls. They wrote:

Directed by Jason Hehir (The Fab Five, The ’85 Bears, Andre the Giant) and produced by Mike Tollin, the anthology will chronicle the simultaneous rise of Jordan and the Chicago Bulls and the popularity of the NBA during the 1990s. The docuseries, made with the full participation of Jordan and other key figures from the Bulls’ championship teams, features more than 500 hours of never-before-seen footage from the’s team’s championship run in the 1997-98 season, along with commentary from dozens of others sports luminaries.

On December 24th, 2019, ESPN tweeted the trailer for the documentary. The post received more than 8.4 million views, 161,000 likes and 45,000 retweets in less than one year (shown below).


On the review aggregator website Metacritic,[2] The Last Dance has received "Universal acclaim" and a score of 91 (based on 12 critic reviews). The series holds a 97% fresh score on the review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes. [3] In the "Critics Concensus," they write, "A compelling and comprehensive portrait of one of basketball's great teams, The Last Dance's blend of archival footage and candid interviews confirms there's nobody quite like Mike or the team he led to victory."

Michael Jordan Looking At iPad

Michael Jordan Looking At iPad, also known as Surprised Michael Jordan, is a reaction image macro series featuring a screenshot from the American sports documentary series The Last Dance of former professional basketball player Michael Jordan reacting to comments made by fellow former player Isaiah Thomas.

o(k) @specialkonline 48 year old Carmen Electra comes on the screen #TheLastDance 4:28 AM · Apr 27, 2020 · Twitter for iPhone CROOK'S CORNER @CrookedIntriago When you stumble upon ya homegirl's page on Onlyfans #TheLastDance 8:00 PM · Apr 26, 2020 · Twitter for iPhone Jemele Hill @jemelehill When people start beefing in the group chat 9:28 PM · Apr 26, 2020 · Twitter for iPhone

Ron Harper "Yeah. OK. Whatever. Fuck That Bullshit"

Ron Harper 'Yeah. OK. Whatever. Fuck That Bullshit' is a reaction video of former American basketball player Ron Harper saying the line in The Last Dance. Online, the reaction has been used to dismiss another's opinion.

Dennis Rodman "Click Go This Way"

Dennis Rodman 'Click Go This Way' is a reaction video of former professional basketball Dennis Rodman speaking about his rebounding skills in basketball. He says, " Click, go back this way. Boom, here, here. Click, go that way. Boom, that way. Click here, this way. So basically I just start learning how to put myself in a position to get the ball." Video of Rodman saying the line has been used as a reaction to parody giving confusing directions.

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