The Last Dance

The Last Dance: Four released episodes represent most-viewed original content broadcasts on ESPN Networks since 2004

Episodes 3 and 4 of the highly anticipated documentary of the 1997-98 Chicago Bulls - 'The Last Dance' - almost drew in the same numbers of viewers as its season premiere last week.

Here's a look at the episode-by-episode break-up of the number of viewers on ESPN and ESPN 2 (as provided by ESPN in their press release):

Episode Average Viewership (ESPN & ESPN2)
Episode 1 6,340,000
Episode 2 5,792,000
Episode 3 6,144,000
Episode 4 5,657,000

Combined with the two episodes, as the premiere of the series, these four episodes are now the four most-viewed original content broadcasts on ESPN Networks since 2004. Among adults 18-34, these four episodes are four of the top six most-viewed telecasts since most sports halted in mid-March.

MORE: Takeaways from Ep. 3 & 4 of 'The Last Dance

The Last Dance is a 10-part documentary on the 1997-98 Chicago Bulls and their quest for a six championship and second 3-peat with never-seen-before footage and numerous interviews with players, coaches, media and team personnel.

Episodes 5 & 6 will air in India on Monday, May 4 on Netflix.

The views on this page do not necessarily reflect the views of the NBA or its clubs.

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