Lyou documentaries about the great NBA players They seem to have become fashionable. After the success of ‘The Last Dance’, which narrated the life of Michael Jordan and had a huge impact (even among people who are not basketball fans), now it is Magic Johnson who goes on an adventure with ‘They Call Me Magic’ (They Call Me Magic), a four-part documentary that will premiere in Apple TV+ and narrates the life of the Lakers legend from his childhood.
The docuseries tackled in great detail his college years, his stellar NBA career, his role as advocate for people affected by AIDS and as a business leader after finishing his playing career. And all this seasoned by testimonies of star protagonists that in one way or another coincided with him throughout his career.
Testimonios de Jordan, Bird, Shaquille, West…
The list of names that can be seen in the trailer is amazing, which gives an idea of the personality of Magica universally respected character and whom no enemies known. In the docuseries testimonies of some of the greatest in basketball history appear, such as Michael Jordan, Larry Bird, Jerry West o Shaquille O’Neal, who give their vision of the Angeleno myth and tell their experiences with it.
But not only athletes will appear to dissect their sporting career, also celebrities as the former president of the United States Barack Obamathe actor Samuel L. Jackson or the rapper Snoop Dogg will offer their testimony and talk about their relationship off the pitch with Magic Johnsona source of inspiration for more than a generation.
In the optimistic spirit of Magic
From what can be seen in the trailer, the documentary will the spirit of Magic in the sense that it is always narrated in an optimistic tone, as he has always been as a person. She has always sent messages of hope and he has praised the stars of his time, and also the current ones of the new generation. It will be difficult to reach the planetary repercussion that ‘The Last Dance’ hadbut it looks good. Sure to be entertaining for all basketball fans.