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How to Watch ‘Muhammad Ali’ by Ken Burns Live Online on Apple TV, Roku, Fire TV, and Mobile

Jeff Kotuby

Legendary documentarian Ken Burns is ditching wildlife and history to focus on one of sports’ most influential figures — Muhammad Ali. The four-part docuseries will focus on Ali’s life as a boxer and a controversial political icon. You can watch all four episodes of Muhammad Ali starting September 19 on PBS. You can watch it live in the PBS App or on-demand with the PBS Documentaries Channel.

How to Stream Muhammad Ali By Ken Burns

  • When: Sunday, September 19 - Wednesday, September 22 at 9 PM ET.
  • TV: PBS

You can also stream “Muhammed Ali” By Ken Burns on the Prime Video PBS Documentaries Channel. It is available for $3.99 a month, after 7-Day Free Trial. PBS is also available in most markets on YouTube TV.

About Muhammad Ali by Ken Burns

Muhammad Ali, born Cassius Clay, was a three-time heavyweight boxing champion who was as charismatic as he was deadly in the ring. His furious fists were matched only by his cutting tongue, making him a particularly dangerous individual who could outfight and outtalk anyone who dared to cross him. He also controversially sacrificed a chunk of his career by refusing to fight in the Vietnam War but returned after a prison stint to become the greatest boxer of all time. Ali is a multi-time world champion and gold medalist, and likely the first person one thinks of when they hear the word “boxing.”

Via Ken Burns’ website: “He was a faithful Muslim, an unfaithful husband, a proud father, and an adoring son. He was a fearsome warrior who vanquished nearly every opponent but was finally brought down by his stubborn refusal to quit. After boxing, when Parkinson’s Syndrome had all but silenced him, he became an international hero, a saint, a symbol of freedom and courage. Today he is one of the most indelible and beloved men in history, and our four-part film, spanning over eight hours, will tell his story.”

How to Stream Muhammad Ali by Ken Burns Online on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, iOS, and Android

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