Basketball looks hot in Hollywood. After The Last Dance, streaming services are fully committed to the sport. Now Apple TV+ comes with a teaser for The Call Me Magic.
Basketball is a great sport and of course very popular in the United States. Even this side of the ocean, we know names like Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, and LeBron James. However, there were also enough stars for that. One of them is, of course, Magic Johnson. He’s now got his own documentary on Apple TV+.
This is Magic Johnson
Irvin “Magic” Johnson played for the Los Angeles Lakers from 1979 to 1991. He stopped playing when he announced that he had HIV, in order to break a taboo. Today, he remains committed to raising awareness about the disease and also continues to work as an analyst. In addition, he is still included in the list of the best basketball players of all time. It’s time to watch your documentary on Apple TV +.
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In The They Call Me Magic, we see images of Magic Johnson’s basketball career, but also life after it. The story begins with the title of Magic and we see his achievements on the field, but also his departure and the transition from athlete to entrepreneur. We also see a lot of commitment to the community.
Grab + Apple TV + many big names
In the Apple TV + documentary, in addition to photos of his life, we also see many interviews with different big names from the basketball world. For example, Shaquille O’Neal and Michael Jordan spoke. There are also celebrities outside the world who have their say, such as actor Samuel L. Jackson, rapper Snoop Dogg and former President Barack Obama.
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In total, the documentary on Magic Johnson consists of four episodes that can be watched from April 22nd. If you want to learn more about the basketball player, you can also visit HBO Max. The Winning Time: The Rise of the Laker Dynasty series is currently running. The series chronicles the career and personal life of the Los Angeles Lakers in the 1980s.
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