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The idea for the series began in from ESPN. Each film in Volume I details a striking sports issue or event that occurred during those three decades, including what Simmons describes as "stories that resonated at the time [they occurred] but were eventually forgotten for whatever reason.
In SeptemberSchell said, "Even though we have been at this for five years now, there is no shortage of incredible moments from the world of sports, so that enables us to continue making 30 for 30 films we're proud of.
Unless otherwise noted, the following films are all 60 minutes in length including commercials. Other films were previously announced for Volume I of the series but were not included. These films, which began airing inare Changing Sky - Shawn Brush - Steal Town continuation of 30 for 30dealing with more sports stories that 30 for 30 did not cover.
According to 30 for 30 producer Bill Simmons, "We're spinning off the 30 for 30 series next year into something that will probably be called 30 for 30 Presents or something like that So even though the SMU doc will be the 30th one right after the Heisman ceremony don't think the spirit of the series is going away. On May Kalte Unschuld - Feindflug - Hirnschlacht,it was announced Dobra Wola - Mumin - Więcej Niż Nic the 30 for 30 series would return in Octoberwith 30 all new documentaries.
Unless otherwise noted, the following films are all 90 minutes in length including commercials. A profile of a January 6,incident at the U. Figure Skating Championshipswhere an unknown attacker strikes entrant Nancy Kerrigan — an assailant that is later revealed to be a hit man hired by the ex-husband of Kerrigan's rival, Tonya Hardingas part of a plan to prevent Kerrigan from competing in the Winter Olympics.
In Septemberit was announced that 30 for 30 would return for a third volume of 30 films, beginning in October Dates were not announced and Sports Illustrated noted that it is likely that some of these films will premiere inalong with a ten-part series titled 'The Last Dance' about Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls.
Simpsonas well as the broader issues of race and celebrity in the United States as it pertained to Simpson's criminal trial for the murders of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpsonand her acquaintance, Ronald Lyle Goldman. Made in America also focuses on other aspects in Simpson's life, including his success on the football field, his celebrity away from the gridiron, and his later conviction and imprisonment in a robbery case.
Part 1 aired on June 11,with Parts 2—5 airing on June 14, 15, 17 and 18, respectively. The series received week-long theatrical releases in Los Angeles County and New York City before being broadcast,  qualifying it for Oscar consideration.
On January 11,it was announced that a soccer -only 30 for 30 series, featuring two-feature-length films and six minute films, would be aired in Aprilfeaturing "compelling narratives from around the international soccer landscape".
The 30 for 30 theme music was re-worked for the podcast series by Hrishikesh Hirwaywho is a musician, composer and the host of the Song Exploder podcast. The first season was produced and hosted by Jody Avirgan and a team of in-house producers, with future episodes "to be done in collaboration with outside reporters, documentarians, and ESPN talent.
The first season of 30 for 30 Podcasts was released during the summer of and featured the following episodes: . Season Two of 30 for 30 Podcasts launched in November and features the following: . The main focus of the third season is yoga guru Bikram Choudhury 's dark behavior. The series had a slow Changing Sky - Shawn Brush - Steal Town . As awareness and critical acclaim grew, the viewing audience also grew.
By the seventh episode, The Uthe audience had grown to a 1. Club review for the eighth entry, Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. The New York Knickscalled it "the most hotly anticipated [of the first eight]" and stated that "it more than lived up Changing Sky - Shawn Brush - Steal Town the hype. Special praise has been given to Brett Morgen 's collage documentary June 17th, as a standout episode.
The A. Cadillac and Levi's are the presenting sponsors of the series. The Cadillac name appears on the 30 for 30 logo, while the Levi's "go forth" slogan appears on the bottom corner of the screen Changing Sky - Shawn Brush - Steal Town the directors interstitial comments, which appear for 45 seconds at the beginning of each film and 30 seconds at the end.
Commercials for both companies were shown during every intermission during the original air dates, with Levi's guaranteed a second commercial slot at the beginning of the third Changing Sky - Shawn Brush - Steal Town . Cadillac replaced Honda as a primary sponsor; during its time Love In An Elevator - Aerosmith - Pump a contributor, Honda aired parts of its "Dream the Impossible" documentary series in the first commercial break.
During broadcasts in the UK on BT Sportthese sponsorship logos are blurred out due to compliance regulations. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Series of documentary films airing on ESPN from Bill Simmons Connor Schell. Main article: O. It could not be aired in the UK until because an official inquiry into the disaster was ongoing at the time of its first airing in the U.
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