The docuseries averaged 5.6 million viewers for all 10 episodes, becoming ESPN’s most-watched documentary.
Ratings for the final two episodes show that episode 9 was watched by around 5.9 million viewers, episode 10 watched by 5.4 million viewers. The premiere leads with 6.3 million followed by episode 3 with 6.1 million.
The Last Dance first two episodes are two most-viewed original content broadcasts on ESPN’s networks
The docu-series also ranks as the most-watched telecast among adults 18-34 and 18-49 since sports halted across broadcast and cable networks, ESPN said in a statement.
The Last Dance” was originally scheduled to debut in June during the time of NBA Finals, but ESPN moved it up to provide sports-starved fans with new content during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.