ESPN averaged 6.3 million viewers for The Last Dance’s first episode, 6.1 million viewers across episodes 1 and 2

The premiere of ESPN’s 10-part 1997-98 Chicago Bulls documentary The Last Dance Sunday night did indeed beat ESPN’s 30 for 30 record (3. 6 million for You Don’t Know Bo in the post-Heisman Trophy presentation slot in 2012; the premiere of OJ: Made In America drew 3. 4 million in 2016 on ABC). As per  anESPN, the first airing of episodes 1 and 2 (at 9 and 10 p. m. Eastern respectively) averaged 6.

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