Continue on with week three of ESPN’s The Last Dance, the MJ doc focusing on Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls. Here’s how and when to stream.

It’s hard to believe it, but we’re already about to hit the midway point of The Last Dance, ESPN’s MJ doc focusing on the life and times of Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls. This Sunday will mark the third week of a five-week, 10-episode run.

So far, we’ve learned plenty about Jerry Krause and his role in the eventual end of the Bulls dynasty, Scottie Pippen‘s atrociously team-friendly seven-year, $18 million contract, and we learned just how deep Michael Jordan’s hate of the Bad Boys Detroit Pistons ran.

Never to be overshadowed, we also learned a lot (but not enough) about Dennis Rodman, his relationship with Jordan, and his eventful 48-hour mid-season vacation to Las Vegas which ultimately sprawled into something closer to 88 hours.

This week, it appears we’re going to get our Kobe Bryant episode with scenes filmed just weeks before his death earlier this year. Buckle up, this isn’t going to be easy for any of us.

How to stream The Last Dance

This Sunday, May 3, ESPN will air two more back-to-back episodes of The Last Dance at 9 PM ET and 10 PM ET (Eastern Time). The Last Dance will be released on cable, satellite and TV streaming services, including Hulu + Live TV, Sling TV, AT&T TV and YouTube TV. If you don’t have a cable or satellite service, you can also watch The Last Dance on the ESPN App. A subscription is required though.

How to stream The Last Dance outside of America

For those of you outside of the United States, Netflix will be premiering The Last Dance after the ESPN airing, at 12:01 PT (Pacific Time). The 10-part mini-series will be airing back-to-back episodes every Sunday, starting April 19 and running through May 17, all on ESPN, followed by the Netflix release.

If you want to relive history and a follow along with a viewing guide of this MJ doc, Basketball Reference has released just such a guide, featuring all kinds of statistics from MJ’s 1997-98 season as well as statistics from his teammates.

For everything related to The Last Dance, be sure to tune into Hoops Habit as we continue our coverage.

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