ESPN Films will roll out three new 30 for 30 documentaries on Sundays in May and June following the conclusion of “The Last Dance”

With The Last Dance wrapping up on Sunday, May 17, ESPN is planning to follow it up with a bunch of further 30 for 30 installments. These new films include a two-part documentary on Lance Armstrong, a documentary on Bruce Lee, and a documentary on Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa’s home run battle in 1998. These subjects had previously been revealed during 30 for 30 ads during the last two college football playoff title games, but now we have airdates and more details. Here’s more from ESPN’s announcement Tuesday: Leading the slate on Sunday, May 24 will be part one of the two-part film, “LANCE,” which features unprecedented access to Armstrong through raw interviews and personal perspective on his full story, the inspiring rise and dramatic fall from grace. Lance is directed by Marina Zenovich (“Fantastic Lies,” “Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind”). Part two will premiere the following Sunday, May 31.

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