Another award for Jordan: his documentary wins an Emmy

The film starring Michael Jordan and whose ten episodes spiced up the coronavirus confinement around the world wins the Emmy.


The splendid audiences and global impact of The Last Dance, the documentary that narrates the last blows of the successful stage of Michael Jordan in the Bulls and that is produced by ESPN and distributed worldwide by Netflix, begins to collect the seeds in terms of awards and honours.

The film has won great recognition: the Emmy Award in the category of best documentary or non-fiction series. To do so, he beat Hillary (Hulu), American Masters (PBS), McMillions (HBO) and Tiger King (Netflix).

The director of the documentary, Jason Hehir, made the acceptance speech for this important award online, thanking the protagonist for his participation. "Thanks to Michael Jordan for giving us his time, his honesty and his frankness. And also to the 105 other who sat down with us and made the story what it is. I hope we could put a little light on such a difficult year ", said.

The Last Dance was originally set to premiere in June 2020, during the NBA Finals, but the suspension of the season and the lockdown in the United States and almost all parts of the world due to COVID-19 caused the strategy to be rethought and advance its broadcast. It consists of ten chapters and was broadcast from April 19 to May 17 on the aforementioned platforms.

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