How to Watch the Finale of “Mike” for Free on Apple TV, Roku, Fire TV and Mobile
“Mike,” the Hulu docuseries about the life and career of controversial former boxing champion Mike Tyson, debuted on the streaming service back in August, and the season is wrapping up this week. The finale of “Mike” is scheduled to arrive on Hulu on Thursday, Sept. 15, and you can stream it with a 30-Day Free Trial of Hulu.
How to Watch the “Mike” Finale
About the “Mike” finale
The “Mike” series follows Tyson through his eclectic life, from his childhood to his first run as heavyweight champion, his loss to James “Buster” Douglas, and his subsequent convention and prison stretch. It’s all framed with Tyson on a Broadway stage, performing parts of his one-man show “Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth,” which played the Great White Way in 2012.
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The series features Trevante Rhodes as Mike Tyson, as well as Harvey Keitel as trainer Cus D’Amato, Russell Hornsby as promoter Don King, and aura Harrier plays Tyson’s first wife, actress Robin Givens. B.J. Minor played a young Tyson.
The real-life Tyson, while he cooperated with the series, has since been critical of the project. Th
What Devices Can You Use to Stream the “Mike” finale on Hulu?
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