'The Last Dance': The untold story of Michael Jordan's Chicago Bulls

MJ's exclusive interview with Stuart Scott in 1998 (3:28)

Michael Jordan sat down with Stuart Scott on June 7, 1998 to discuss his future with the Bulls. (3:28)

ESPN's Michael Jordan documentary "The Last Dance" debuted with its first two episodes on this day in 2020. It averaged 5.6 million viewers per episode and was the most-watched documentary in ESPN's history. At the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards, "The Last Dance" won the award for Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Series.

The 10-part documentary series provided an in-depth look at the Chicago Bulls' dynasty through the lens of the final championship season in 1997-98. The Bulls allowed an NBA Entertainment crew to follow the team around for that entire season, and some of that never-before-seen footage is featured in the documentary. In addition, ESPN spoke to more than 100 people close to the team and personalities who experienced the run, exploring all angles of the Jordan phenomenon.

Here's how to watch the episodes and what you might have missed from the series.

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Rewatch "The Last Dance"

Catch up on every episode here, with reaction from ESPN's experts. Censored versions of each episodes are also available here.

Episode 1 | Episode 2

Episode 3 | Episode 4

Episode 5 | Episodes 6

Episode 7 | Episode 8

Episode 9 | Episode 10

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Why Scottie Pippen was more than MJ's running mate

There has never been a player quite like Pippen, who remains beloved by his teammates more than 20 years after "The Last Dance."

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Why Michael Jordan's scoring prowess still can't be touched

Jordan thrived in ways and in places that few players before him could match, and that even fewer players today can emulate.

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How the greatness of Pippen and Rodman lives on
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Dennis Rodman

Ferraris, nail salons and armed guards: Two weeks with Rodman

Spending time with Dennis Rodman in the mid-1990s meant having a front-row seat to the basketball/pop culture phenomenon of the Bulls, an experience that can be described only as surreal.

MJ on Phil Jackson, Jerry Krause and the one NBA player he couldn't stand

Watch classic performances

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Detail: 1998 Chicago Bulls

Phil Jackson on the triangle offense
Dennis Rodman on his 27-rebound game
Mark Jackson on the 1998 ECF
Steve Kerr on the 1998 Finals

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Classic Bulls Games

1986: Jordan scores playoff-record 63 vs. Celtics
1989: Jordan knocks Cavs out of playoffs with "The Shot"
1990: Jordan scores career-high 69 vs. Cavaliers
1991: Jordan's "spectacular move" evens Finals vs. Lakers
1992: Jordan drops 56 to finish sweep of Heat
1992: Jordan shrugs off Blazers in Game 2
1993: Jordan's 54 evens series vs. Knicks
1993: Jordan puts up 55 in Finals vs. Suns
1995: Jordan's famous double-nickel at MSG
1996: Jordan clinches fourth title on Father's Day

'The Last Dance' on Spotify

Listen to music from and inspired by "The Last Dance" on Spotify.