The multi-part 10-hour documentary will be released next year and will be titled "The Last Dance".
Jordan's National Basketball Association career, which spanned 15 years with the Bulls and Washington Wizards, ended after the 2002-2003 season. The project is a collaboration between Netflix and ESPN Films, with Andre the Giant documentary director Jason Hehir steering the ship.
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It is expected to pull from 500 hour of never-before-seen-footage from the 1997-98 championship season. As for Jordan himself, he's apparently fully participating in the production, as are other noteworthy players and figures from the era in question.
Back in November 2016, the New York Post reported that the National Basketball Association and Creative Artists Agency (CAA) were shopping a documentary that will cover Jordan's career before and after his unprecedented retirement as well as the murder of the six-time champion's father in 1993.
This apparently bothers Jordan, a notoriously pissy competitor who shit-talked his own teammates and was far worse to opponents.