Co-hosted by sports journalist J.A. Adande, Beyond The Last Dance will feature a total of 10 parts, with each 4o-minute episode exploring additional storylines during the Chicago Bulls’ ‘97-’98 NBA season, also known as Michael Jordan‘s final stint with the franchise and his sixth championship. Adande and Armstrong will be joined by a number of guests such as former players, coaches and journalists who will narrate never-before-told stories about the celebrated team.
“As we continue to reimagine our content and storytelling about our teams, players and history, ‘Beyond The Last Dance’ serves as a stepping stone as we pursue new opportunities in podcasting,” David Denenberg, the NBA’s senior vice president of global media distribution and business affairs, said in a statement.
Beyond The Last Dance is produced by Pushkin Industries in association with NBA Entertainment, and will be released via Audible on August 31.
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