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ESPN Adds Hours to ’30 for 30′ Documentary Slate; Morgan Freeman, Spike Jonze, Frank Marshall Sign On

Jul 30, 2009  •  Post A Comment

ESPN has added eight hours of programming to its "30 for 30" documentary slate, the Hollywood Reporter says.

The documentary series covers specific topics in the sports world since 1979, the year ESPN launched.

Among the people committed to the new hours are Morgan Freeman, Frank Marshall and Spike Jonze. Among the topics to be covered are South African rugby, BMX star Mat Hoffman, South African Rugby and the Los Angeles Raiders.

–Sergio Ibarra

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