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How to Stream the Final Two Episodes of Michael Jordan’s “The Last Dance” Live Without Cable

Jason Gurwin

The Last Dance, a documentary on Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls, continues to set ratings records for ESPN. The final two episodes of the 10-part documentary airs this Sunday, starting at 9pm ET on ESPN and ESPN2. You can stream the episodes live, even if you don’t have cable or satellite with a 7-Day Free Trial of Hulu + Live TV.

How to Watch ‘The Last Dance’ Finale Without Cable

“The Last Dance” has drawn big audiences, with 5.6 million viewers across the first eight episodes. The 10-Part Documentary chronicles the untold story of Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls dynasty with rare, never-before-seen footage and sound from the 1997-98 championship season – plus over 100 interviews with famous figures and basketball’s biggest names.

With Hulu + Live TV you can watch the final two episodes live, as well as catch up on the previous eight episodes on-demand.

Hulu + Live TV includes 60+ channels of live and on-demand content, including local channels, your regional sports network, sports channels like ESPN, FS1, NBCSN for $54.99 after a 7-Day Free Trial. You will also get access to their entire streaming library including Hulu Originals like The Handmaid’s Tale, as well as live channels for the entire family like Disney Channel, Disney Junior, Cartoon Network, Bravo, TLC, and HGTV.

You can see Hulu’s Channel List of available service here.

If you want even more Bulls content, ESPN+ has you covered. The service, which can be bundled with Disney+ & ESPN+ to your Hulu + Live TV account for an additional $6.99 a month ($61.99 in total), has a collection of 15 of Michael Jordan’s best games including his game winner in Game 6 of the 1998 NBA Finals.

Starting Sunday, you can also stream all episodes of “Detail: 1998 Chicago Bulls” exclusively on ESPN+. The sports analysis program will debut its Historical edition, hosted by Phil Jackson, Dennis Rodman, and Steve Kerr, exclusively on ESPN+. The series focuses on a different part of the game like Phil Jackson and the Triangle Offense and Dennis Rodman and rebounding.

The Last Dance Trailer

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