“The Last Dance,” focuses on the uncensored Chicago Bulls’ 1997-98 season but also goes in depth on Jordan’s legendary career.

With the entire nation quarantined ESPN has chosen to air the documentary on April 19th, moving up significantly from its originally scheduled June air date.

The documentary promises to deliver never-before-seen footage and anecdotes from Jordan’s former coaches, teammates and friends, along with unprecedented access to No. 23 himself, who is notoriously tight-lipped when it comes to media.

Jordan has already said he’s worried that the documentary will make him look like a “horrible guy,” so you know there’s going to be some juicy details and interactions with teammates.

RELATED: Michael Jordan’s Son Marcus Calls Out Report of Michael Agreeing to Release Footage on Day of Cavs Parade

We already know he once punched Steve Kerr in the face during practice, so there might be even wilder stories in the doc.

And ESPN will be releasing two versions.  

One totally uncensored, and one PG version. 

Flip the Page to see the tweets: