MICHAEL JORDAN Docu ‘The Last Dance’ Will Help Deal With Your NBA Sepanx
There's no doubt that Filipinos are one of the biggest basketball fans in the world. Less than a day since the Michael Jordan documentary The Last Dance hit Netflix, it immediately became the most-watched content in the Philippines, even surpassing current favorite Korean dramas Hi Bye, Mama and The King: Eternal Monarch.
The Last Dance is a 10-part docu event that chronicles MJ and the Chicago Bulls' historic 1997-98 championship season. Aside from the basketball legend himself, the docu also features interviews with his former coach Phil Jackson, former teammates Scottie Pippen, Dennis Rodman, and Steve Kerr, the late hardcourt icon Kobe Bryant, and former US president Barack Obama among others.
Considering how the COVID-19 pandemic has forced local and international sporting events to cancel, it's now wonder why longtime basketball fans were so eager to see the heavily anticipated project. And it definitely will gain more traction as more episodes are unveiled in the next four weeks.