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What is 30 for 30?

It all began with Wayne Gretzky. The very first film in ESPN's 30 For 30 documentary series was Kings Ransom, director Peter Berg's account of the landmark trade of one of the greatest athletes in history. Since that film premiered on October 6, 2009, 30 for 30 has evolved into a series that has both revitalized and revolutionized the art of the sports documentary through a diverse range of filmmakers telling specific stories that touch on larger themes beyond sports.

Originally inspired by ESPN's 30th anniversary with a focus on topics from 1979 to 2009, the Peabody, Emmy-winning and Academy Award-winning series has extended beyond that framework and has now produced more than 90 films, from The U, The Two Escobars and You Don't Know Bo to the first-ever 30 for 30 film event, O.J: Made in America. With each documentary, the filmmakers have brought their passion and personal approach to the screen, detailing the issues, trends, athletes, teams, rivalries, games and moments that have transformed the sports landscape.

So much has come from that initial launch in October of 2009. But if 30 for 30 has indeed yielded the ransom of a king, its true value lies in the excitement for the stories yet untold. Volume 2 »

Recent Releases

Tommy

It was a remarkable and compelling rise to the spotlight. But then came the stunning, confounding, and ultimately tragic fall. "Tommy" tells the story of one-time heavyweight boxing champion Tommy Morrison in a tale that's unlike any other.

Year of The Scab

Two weeks into the 1987 NFL season, the players went on strike. As the strike moved across the country, no one felt the heat more than the replacement players, who were caught in the crosshairs of media fueled controversy between owners, players and fans.

What Carter Lost

There's high school football, and then there's Texas high school football. Oddly enough though, one of the greatest teams in state history has been lost to time and fate.

A.C. Green: Iron Virgin

A.C. Green was strong-willed on and off the court.

I Am Yup'ik

High school basketball in Alaska has become an exciting tribal tradition.

The Shining Star of Losers Everywhere

A 0-113 horse became a symbol of hope for Japan.

We Are

The history of the 'We Are Penn State' chant and it's continued meaning.

The Great Imposter

For years, Barry Bremen posed as a player in pro sports.

The Schedule Makers

A mom-and-pop team ended up creating the MLB schedule.

Collision Course: The Murder of Don Aronow

His fast boats drew him into a drug war.

Wilt Chamberlain: Borscht Belt Bellhop

An unexplored chapter in the life of Wilt Chamberlain.