With four episodes aired, ESPN’s “The Last Dance” is a massive hit.

The 10-part Michael Jordan documentary has received strong reviews and even better ratings.

However, one person not included in the millions of people watching is a man considered one of the pre-eminent documentary producers of our time.

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Ken Burns, the Emmy Award-winning filmmaker responsible for documentaries such as “Baseball,” “Jazz” and “The National Parks: America’s Best Idea,” told The Wall Street Journal that he has not watched “The Last Dance.”

He then added that the arrangement through which ESPN created “The Last Dance”, partnering with Jordan, who had control over the archived footage the series features,  is something he would “never, never, never, never” agree to as a filmmaker.

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