30 for 30

Tuesday 8:00 PM on ESPN Premiered Oct 06, 2009 In Season




Episode Guide

  • Season 6
    • Tommy
      Episode 13
      Boxer Tommy Morrison is chronicled. Known first for his role as Tommy Gunn in Rocky V, Morrison peaked with a win over George Foreman for the WBO heavyweight title in 1993, only to follow with a tumultous two decades. Erin Leyden and Gentry Kirby direct.
    • Year of the Scab
      Episode 12
      Chronicling the 1987 Washington Redskins replacement players-- who won three games during the NFL players strike--and the lasting consequences of crossing the picket line. Director John Dorsey also looks at the team's links to the movie The Replacements.
    • What Carter Lost
      Episode 11
      Chronicling the saga of the 1988 Carter High School football team that took on the best that Texas had to offer, including the Odessa Permian team that inspired Friday Night Lights, only to have its state title stripped. Directed by Adam Hootnick.
    • 7/13/17
    • George Best: All By Himself
      The story of Irish soccer hero George Best, one of the sport's first rock-and-roll stars who debuted with Manchester United at age 17 but fell victim to a wild life off the pitch. Daniel Gordon recounts the tale of the beloved but be-deviled superstar with evocative footage and testimony by those who knew him at his best—and worst.moreless
    • Celtics/Lakers: Best of Enemies (Part 2)
    • Celtics/Lakers (Part 2)
      Part 2 of 3. The Celtics-Lakers rivalry ramps up in the 1984 Finals as a cast of characters--led by Larry Bird and Magic Johnson--who changed the NBA finally went head-to-head for a title. Directed by Jim Podhoretz and produced by Jonathan Hock.
    • One and Not Done
      Episode 5
      Chronicling the career of Hall of Fame basketball coach John Calipari, an accomplished yet controversial figure who has embraced the era of one-year stays by top college players. Marcus Camby, Derrick Rose and Anthony Davis are among those interviewed by director Jonathan Hock.
    • This was the XFL
      Episode 4
      Chronicling the bold-but-brief run of the XFL, a pro-football league launched in 2001 by sports entertainment giants Dick Ebersol (NBC) and Vince McMahon (WWE). Directed by Chris Ebersol, who explores the league's influence on sports broadcasting today.
    • 12/10/16
      The epic 1988 Miami-Notre Dame football matchup is chronicled by director Patrick Creadon, a Notre Dame senior that year with unique insight into the game's controversial t-shirt. Players and coaches reflect on the emotionally-charged day in South Bend.
    • Hit It Hard
      Episode 2
      Long-hitting, hard-living golfer John Daly reflects on his rollercoaster career while preparing for the PGA Tour's over-50 circuit. Daly burst onto the scene with two major titles in the early '90s while becoming one of sports' most polarizing figures, as suspensions and multiple trips to rehab tainted his massive on-course appeal as a true everyman. Directed by Gabe Spitzer and David Terry Fine.moreless
    • Phi Slama Jama
      Episode 1
  • Season 5
  • Season 4
  • Season 3
  • Season 2
  • Season 1
  • ESPN Films Presents