A Documentary That Won Millions Heart

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The first two episodes of “The Last Dance,” a 10-part show about legendary guard Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls, gained the most viewers in the history of ESPN for a documentary, the network reported Monday.

According to ESPN, the two 60-minute episodes broadcast Sunday evening received 6.1 million viewers. The first episode, between 9-10 p.m., averaged 6.3 million. ET, and the second, between 10-11 p.m., averaged 5.8 million ET: ET.

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The fifth and sixth episodes of the documentary “The Last Dance” about, by many, the best basketball player of all time, Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls, with whom he won six NBA Championship titles during the 1990s, were not shown on Sunday night in the United States much regarded as first sequels, but still attracted more than five million viewers in front of small screens.

The fifth and sixth episodes of the documentary “The Last Dance” about, by many, the greatest basketball player of all time, Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls, with whom he won six NBA Championship titles in the 1990s, were not seen in the US on Sunday night, considered to be the first sequels, but received more than five million viewers in front of small screens.

The fifth episode was viewed by 5.8 million viewers, and the sixth by 5.2 million viewers, according to ESPN’s documentary. The first episode aired on April 19, viewed 6.3 million, making it the most-watched series in the history of ESPNA, the second aired shortly after the first viewed 5.8 million, while the third and fourth episodes aired on April 26, respectively 6.1 million and 5.7 million viewers.

The seventh and eighth episodes will air on May 10, and on May 17, the last two, the ninth and the tenth.

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