The film will cover Argentina's men's basketball success from 2001-16, focusing in on the 2004 gold-medal win and interviewing every player from that team.
A new 30 for 30 rolls out on ESPN+ after months of no new installments
“Les brought a degree of realism to this film not only with his performance, but also with his counsel, that only a legendary coach like him could provide. He was a pleasure to work with, and I’m already looking forward to next time.”
SI TV premiered another documentary this week, and the early reviews are glowing.
We got an exclusive look at Golf Channel's upcoming Famous 5, a fun documentary focusing on an important time in golf.
'What's My Name | Muhammad Ali' is coming to HBO in 2019.
"Seau" will premiere on ESPN+ Sept. 20, while "42 to 1" will premiere on ESPN Dec. 11 and a to-be-named Deion Sanders documentary will premiere on ESPN Jan. 31.
"For us the memory is just a beautiful, best summer of our lives. Not because we were filming, but because we were hanging. So, we kind of lived The Sandlot."- Patrick Renna ("Ham" Porter)
What does the future hold for 30 for 30? AA talked with one of the people that would know, ESPN's Libby Geist.
The screenplay will be written by Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski, known for their work on The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story.
The ESPN film is moving forward.
Only in Hollywood goes inside the 1988 Los Angeles Dodgers and Kirk Gibson's dramatic 1988 World Series home run.
The film will cover Gaines' world-record-setting time at Auburn, his Olympic career, his battle with Guillain-Barre Syndrome and more.