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ESPN Films: 30 for 30, Vol. 1HDTV-GClosed Captioning

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ESPN Films’ Emmy-nominated and Peabody Award-winning 30 for 30 is an unprecedented documentary series, engaging some of today’s finest storytellers to tell incredible stories that capture the core of how sports inspire and entertain.

Customer Reviews


One of ESPN's most innovative ideas for a series, going into their 3rd week, I'm really excited for the USFL episode, King's Ransom is a great way to kick off the series, with Berg doing a great job getting Gretzky's perspective of "The Trade." Recomended for all, and everyone should watch the rerun of "The Band That Wouldn't Die." I was never a Baltimore Colts fan, but the story and emotion shown can be felt by all. shout out to Bill Simmons, one of the producers of the show

MIssing some episodes

Where is "The Band That Woiuld Not Die"? Is Baltimore once again getting shafted?

Great but overpriced.

The content was excellent and so was the quality and execution. But after watching the 1 hr episode I was left wanting more for the price. Great story