ESPN is moving up the release of its Michael Jordan documentary “The Last Dance” from June to April.  The 10-part series will now begin April 19. The move was announced on Good Morning America on Tuesday in response to fans asking for more programming while sports are on hold because of the coronavirus. The series will be available outside the United States on Netflix.

The coronavirus pandemic has halted sports leagues around the world, leaving a giant hole for fans. April should have been the stretch run of the NBA season, with teams jockeying for playoff positioning. It’s now unclear when the league’s games will resume.

“The Last Dance” takes an in-depth look at the the Chicago Bulls‘ dynasty through the lens of the final championship in 1997-98. The Bulls allowed an NBA Entertainment crew to follow them around for that entire season, and some of that never-before-seen footage will be in the documentary.

In addition, ESPN spoke to more than 100 people close to the team and personalities who experienced the run, exploring all angles of the Jordan phenomenon.

Many consider Jordan to be the greatest basketball player of all time. He won six titles with Chicago in two separate three-peats. He played 15 seasons in the league, and the only year he wasn’t an All-Star was the partial season when he returned from a hiatus playing minor league baseball. He won the scoring title a record 10 times, was the league MVP five times and Finals MVP a record six times.

Taking over the mantle of the NBA after Larry Bird and Magic Johnson put it back on the map, Air Jordan took the league to new heights, and his popularity transcended the game. His line of shoes with Nike became must-haves in the ’80s and ’90s and are still popular today. In 1992, he teamed with Bird and Magic on the Dream Team to crush the competition at the Olympics.