THE LAST DANCE (coming 2020)


ESPN Films and Netflix are teaming on The Last Dance, a 10-part documentary series about basketball icon Michael Jordan for premiere in 2019.

Directed by Jason Hehir (The Fab Five, The ’85 Bears, Andre the Giant) and produced by Mike Tollin, the anthology will chronicle the simultaneous rise of Jordan and the Chicago Bulls and the popularity of the NBA during the 1990s. The docuseries, made with the full participation of Jordan and other key figures from the Bulls’ championship teams, features more than 500 hours of never-before-seen footage from the’s team’s championship run in the 1997-98 season, along with commentary from dozens of other sports luminaries.

Watch the trailer here.

Untitled Comedy Store Documentary Series (coming 2020)


Mandalay Sports Media has partnered with executive producers Peter Shore and Paul Young on this Mike Binder-directed four-part series. The Comedy Store has been an icon on Sunset Boulevard since its opening in 1972, and has helped launch the careers of some of the biggest stand-up comedians in the world. It will air on Showtime in 2020.

Read more on Deadline and The Hollywood Reporter.



One Crazy Night In Baseball reexamines the most improbable evening in the history of Major League Baseball, as the 2011 season needed all 162 games to find its playoff teams. The documentary aired on FS1 during the MLB Playoffs.

Watch the trailer here.



From Sports Illustrated TV’s SI Films, this feature-length documentary traces the roots of the Ultimate Fighting Championship back to its tumultuous and iconic first event in 1993. Directed by John Mason Gordon, the film explores the improbable story of Rorion Gracie and Art Davie, the two unlikely entrepreneurs who created the UFC. The film will premiere on SI TV in fall 2019.

Read more on Deadline.



Directed by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Juan Jose Campanella, “The Golden Generation” tells the remarkable story of the once-in-a-generation Argentinian basketball squad that brought down “The Dream Team” and won gold at the 2004 Olympic Games.

Watch on The Olympic Channel.



This FS1 documentary chronicles one of the most iconic moments in sports history: Kirk Gibson’s walk-off home run in Game 1 of the 1988 World Series. On two injured legs, Kirk launched his Dodgers to a 1-0 series lead, and they’d go on to win the series in five games.




The second installment of The Olympic Channel's Five Rings Films series, "The People's Fighters" tells the story of Cuban boxing. Over the past 50 years, Cuba has produced more Olympic boxing medallists than any other country on the planet. “The People’s Fighters” spotlights the legendary careers of gold medallists Teofilo Stevenson and Felix Savon, the triumphs and challenges faced by Cuban boxing, and the rising local talent paving a future for the sport today.

Watch the film on the Olympic Channel here.



The first film in the Olympic Channel's Five Rings Films series, "The Nagano Tapes" tells the inspiring story of the 1998 Czech hockey team. In the first Olympics Games to feature NHL players, the Czechs defeated the United States, Canada, and Russia en route to an unlikely gold medal.

Watch the film here.



Morningside 5 spends twenty-five years in the lives of the starting five from the 1992 Morningside High School (CA) basketball team. 

The documentary aired on ESPN August 8, 2017. Watch the trailer here.



This feature-length, Netflix Original Documentary explores the waning popularity of boxing in the United States, as it follows three fighters at various stages of success. 

The film premiered June 15, 2017 at the LA Film Festival and is now available for streaming on Netflix.

CounterPunch was nominated for an Emmy Award in the category of Outstanding Long Sports Documentary.

Kareem: Minority Of One

This 2015 HBO documentary captures the extraordinary life of the NBA's all-time leading scorer. From his beginnings in New York City, to his dominance at UCLA, to his record-breaking professional career, through his modern role as a strong cultural voice.

Kareem: Minority of One was nominated for a 2016 Producers Guild Award in the category of Outstanding Sports Program. Read more at HBO.


From the first season of ESPN's 30 for 30 series, this film explores the beginning and end of the NFL's most formidable challenger: The United States Football League.

Read more on ESPN.


After premiering at 2014 Tribeca Film Festival, this Showtime documentary charts the tumultuous life and career of basketball legend Allen Iverson, told largely in his own words. From a turbulent childhood of crushing poverty in Virginia, to the infamous bowling alley brawl, to his iconic NBA stardom in Philadelphia, Iverson follows the journey of basketball's most misunderstood all-star.

Watch on Showtime.

Patrick & Zo

The first documentary in Sports Illustrated's "SI Films" series, Patrick & Zo examines the moments that defined the long friendship, fierce rivalry, and Hall of Fame careers of two iconic centers.

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Summer Dreams

The NBA Summer League is the launching pad, the laboratory, and for some, the last stop for a career in pro basketball. Set in the ultimate fantasyland, Las Vegas, it's the place where hoop dreams are hatched – or crushed. 'Summer Dreams' details the the meat market for ballers, and pulls back the curtain on one of the most unique environments in sports.  The two-hour documentary aired on CBS in 2014.

Katy Perry: Making Of The Super Bowl XLIX Pepsi Halftime Show

A look behind the curtain of the most watched musical performance in history, this documentary shows what it takes to conceive, develop, and execute a twelve minute concert on the world's biggest stage. Katy Perry: Making Of The Super Bowl XLIX Pepsi Halftime Show premiered at the 2015 La Costa Film Festival.

Bluegrass Kingdom: The Gospel Of Kentucky Basketball

The fabled past of this iconic college basketball powerhouse is examined and reflected upon by some of the program's most notable figures, including Pat Riley, Jamal Mashburn, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Joe B. Hall, and John Calipari. The documentary aired on TruTV in 2013.

30 for 30 Short: The Arnold Palmer

An exploration into the history, mystery, and industry surrounding "The Arnold Palmer," the lemonade-and-iced tea beverage that has become a piece of Americana. 

Watch on ESPN.

30 for 30 Short: Tommy and Frank

A compelling take on the relationship between Tommy John and his surgeon, Dr. Frank Jobe, who conceived and performed a revolutionary elbow operation on John in 1974.

Watch on ESPN.

30 for 30 Short: Tose

Former Philadelphia Eagles owner Leonard Tose was a genius and a fool, a saint and a sinner, and a larger-than-life character worthy of a motion picture. But in the eyes of his former quarterback Ron Jaworski, he was "the best owner in football."

Watch on ESPN.