The Last Dance is ESPN's most-watched documentary of all time

Chicago Bulls documentary The Last Dance is ESPN’s most-watched series of all time as nearly 24 MILLION tune in to watch the 10-part series about Michael Jordan and his team-mates Highly-anticipated docuseries has reportedly shattered viewing records The 10-episode documentary chronicled Jordan’s career with the Chicago Bulls Report says 23.8million people tuned in to watch the series on ESPN in America Netflix has revealed the series was watched by 23.8m

ESPN's 'dream' broadcast booth of Al Michaels and Peyton Manning is crazy enough it just might work

CBS reportedly tried to hire Peyton Manning as its lead NFL broadcast analyst before it re-signed Tony Romo to a deal that will pay him an absurd $18 million per year. Now ESPN, after trying but failing to sign Romo away from CBS, is looking to sign Manning for its NFL broadcast booth. (Insert pointing Spider-Men meme.) According to the New York Post, “ESPN would like to team (lead ABC play-by-play man Al) Michaels with Manning