‘The Last Dance’ Wins Emmy for Outstanding Documentary or Non-Fiction Series

‘The Last Dance’ Wins Emmy for Outstanding Documentary or Non-Fiction Series
This year’s Emmy nominations for the Outstanding Documentary or Non-Fiction Series were competitive — and that’s because the nominees comprise some of the most compelling, tantalizing, and binge-worthy works that kept us all talking. I

It was really anyone’s game last night but, in the end, the ESPN series “The Last Dance” secured its first win out of three nominations. “The Last Dance” focused on basketball superstar Michael Jordan and his final year with the Chicago Bulls. Jordan’s tenure on the Bulls is beloved, and in a year where nostalgia has been the only safe haven in a world full of chaos, it’s a win that makes sense. It was also nominated for its editing and direction in the documentary/non-fiction sphere.

But, as stated already, this was a tough category. The PBS series “American Masters” was being touted as the front-runner up until the award was announced.
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