Is ‘The Last Dance’ on Netflix? How to stream the Michael Jordan documentary after ESPN

first_img (ESPN) Also, since ESPN gets production credit, you’d probably think the company would put it on their own streaming platform, ESPN Plus. Again, however, ESPN Plus customers won’t find “The Last Dance” on there either. So what gives? We’ll explain all of that below.THE LAST DANCE: TV schedule | Best moments of documentary The Last Dance https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/e2/e2/the-last-dance-michael-jordan-documentary_1orjfaw6ibacdz5nweawve3jq.png?t=-792189759&w=500&quality=80Is ‘The Last Dance’ on Netflix?Yes and no. Outside of the United States, the documentary is currently available, but “The Last Dance” won’t arrive on Netflix in the U.S. until July 19, 2020.The entire 10-part series will be available on that date to binge watch as you please. ESPN’s documentary “The Last Dance” focuses on Michael Jordan’s final season in Chicago, the 1997–98 Chicago Bulls.While ESPN got the majority of the credit for putting together the hit 10-part documentary series, it’s actually a joint production with Netflix. But U.S. customers may be wondering why the series doesn’t show up when they’re looking through Netflix’s library. Is ‘The Last Dance’ on ESPN Plus?Not currently. ESPN Plus subscribers won’t be able to stream “The Last Dance” until July 2021, a full year after appears on Netflix in the U.S. market. This is because distribution arrangements for “The Last Dance” were made before ESPN Plus was launched in April 2018, according to Front Office Sports.How to stream ‘The Last Dance’ episodesIf you have access to a cable provider, you can stream episodes of “The Last Dance” on ESPN.com or the ESPN app. All 10 episodes are live on the ESPN App currently with TV-MA episodes (which has cursing) and more family-friendly versions where the cursing is censored.Outside of that, you’ll need to be patient for the series to arrive on Netflix or ESPN Plus.last_img read more

Cheney backing Bilbray for seat

first_imgThe vice president said 250,000 Iraqi forces have been trained by U.S. troops. “As those forces gain strength and experience and as the political process advances, we will be able to decrease troop levels without decreasing our capacity,” Cheney said. “As always, decisions about troop levels will be driven by conditions on the ground and the judgments of our military commanders and not by artificial timelines set by politicians in Washington, D.C.”160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! SAN DIEGO – Vice President Dick Cheney jetted into San Diego to boost the political fortunes and the campaign war chest of congressional hopeful Brian Bilbray, a Republican locked in a tight battle for what normally is a safe GOP seat. Cheney’s appearance Tuesday, at the end of a two-day fundraising tour through California, underscored the importance of the 50th Congressional District seat, left vacant by the scandal that sent former Republican Rep. Randy “Duke” Cunningham to prison. An upset victory by Francine Busby in the June 6 special election runoff for the seat would give Democrats a boost as they head into the fall election and look to wrest power in the closely divided House. “Right now, the eyes of the nation are on the 50th District of California,” Cheney said. “We will continue making progress for the American people and it’s vital we have strong partners in that effort like Brian Bilbray in Congress.” The $2,100-a-plate luncheon raised more than $200,000 for Bilbray’s campaign in a race that has already cost candidates and party committees more than $10 million. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBasketball roundup: Sierra Canyon, Birmingham set to face off in tournament quarterfinalsBusby, who has campaigned for energy-policy reform as gas prices have spiked, criticized Bilbray for appearing with Cheney. “While Cheney is here raising money, Bilbray should stand up for consumers and demand answers from the vice president,” Busby said before the event. Cheney was joined on the dais by San Diego-area Republicans including Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Vista; Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-El Cajon; and former Gov. Pete Wilson – all part of a Southern California GOP establishment that has endorsed Bilbray to replace Cunningham. Cunningham resigned in November amid a corruption and bribery scandal. He pleaded guilty to accepting more than $2.4 million in bribes from defense contractors and was sentenced in March to more than eight years in federal prison. About two dozen protesters, some waving rainbow-colored flags emblazoned with the word “Peace,” lined the road leading to the Sheraton hotel where Cheney spoke. Before heading to the Bilbray event, Cheney spoke from the deck of the amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard to 3,000 Marines and sailors at Naval Station San Diego. last_img read more