Jordan documentary has broken the audience record 10 episodes, with an average of 5.6 million viewers

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 Jordan documentary has broken the audience record 10 episodes, with an average of 5.6 million viewers


The last dance has a record audience of 5.6 million people on average, far more than ESPNs 2012 documentary you dont know Bo, which has an average audience of 3.6 million.

Connor Schell, executive vice president of content at ESPN, said: we were very excited by the reaction of the fans throughout the documentary. On Sunday nights over the past five weeks, fans have gathered to watch the film as if it were a traditional sports match. The content of this documentary broke through the cultural background and caused a lot of discussion outside the ESPN platform. We would like to thank the director and his team for their creativity in the film, all the partners involved in the production of the film, and hope to see the fans continue to discuss the last dance in the future.

It is worth mentioning that in addition to watching the live broadcast, there are also a large number of fans watching the video, among which the number of viewers of the first episode is about 15 million. On social media, the night the last dance was shown, it always ranked first on twitter.