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April 19th can’t come fast enough. I CAN NOT WAIT!! 🗣Yessir!🍿 #LastDance— LeBron James (@KingJames) March 31, 2020
By ADAM ZAGORIA ESPN/ABC is moving up the air date of the much anticipated 10-part documentary on Michael Jordan, “The Last Dance,” to April 19 from June. Episodes will air every Sunday from April 19-May 17. The start date was first reported by the New York Post. The documentary, which features interviews with everyone from Barack Obama to Magic Johnson to Phil Jackson to Kobe Bryant to Shaquille O’Neal to Dennis Rodman to Reggie Miller, was originally set to air during the NBA Finals. Now with the public hungry for programming during the coronavirus pandemic, ESPN/ABC has agreed to move up the air date. LeBron James says he can’t wait.