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The award-winning "E:60" features the best stories in sports. Hosted by Jeremy Schaap and Lisa Salters, this 60-minute ESPN original is a mix of all-access profiles with the biggest names, the most compelling stories from off the field of play, in-depth investigative reports and lighthearted tales, all presented with a cinematic sensibility.

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An unfiltered interview with former No. 1 draft pick Drew Bledsoe, on living in the shadow of the Tom Brady dynasty, the tackle that nearly cost him his life, and how he's found peace as a successful winemaker.
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An exclusive look inside Washington QB Alex Smith's recovery from a 2018 leg injury that nearly cost him his life. Smith opens up about battling flesh-eating bacteria, limb salvage measures, and what it was like to finally throw a football again.
airs in 12 days
Seven months after the death of Washington State QB Tyler Hilinski, his parents cope with their grief and memories.
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On the 10th anniversary of his perfect game, and more than two years after his tragic death, Halladay's family speaks for the first time on camera about his struggles with addiction and mental health, and the details of his fatal plane crash.
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An interview with Simone Biles; WNBA top draft pick Sabrina Ionescu on her bond with her twin brother; the story of the 2018 Nigerian Olympic bobsled team; a young distance runner with multiple sclerosis; an essay on women in sports by Allison Glock.
aired 3 days ago
Sabrina Ionescu opens up about the bond she shares with her twin brother; former NBA star Rex Chapman on his unlikely reinvention as a social media celebrity; the inspiring story of how basketball saved one homeless high schooler in San Diego.
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A profile of Spitfire, the "Michael Jordan of dogs"; the remarkable bond between Owen and Haatchi, a not-so-ordinary tale of a boy and his dog; the family tradition of "bat dogs" for the Trenton Thunder; and the World's Ugliest Dog Contest.
aired 7 days ago
Tyson Fury on how he fought his way back from the brink of suicide, and his upcoming bout with Deontay Wilder; an emotional tribute to college baseball coach John Altobelli; the secret behind the success of hockey's teddy bear toss.
aired 14 days ago
Tom Rinaldi shares the story of Kayla Montgomery, who, despite being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, has become one of the best young distance runners in the country.
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A true-crime drama from award-winning author Tom Junod. When a car drives onto a ballfield during a little league game in 2018, it sets in motion a mystery 50 years in the making.
aired 21 days ago
Eagles wide receiver Marquise Goodwin and his wife speak candidly about their experiences with infant loss; a Father's Day profile of TNT broadcaster Ernie Johnson and the extraordinary bond he shares with his special-needs son, Michael.
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Remembering the legendary career of NFL quarterback Steve McNair, ten years following his murder. Family interviews show how they coped with his death, and how Steve's athletic legacy is being carried on in a very different way his son, Tyler.
aired 37 days ago
From Heisman contender to the NFL to behind prison bars, one of the biggest busts in NFL draft history, Ryan Leaf, shares his story.
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Raptors forward Pascal Siakam travels back to Cameroon to visit the seminary where he studied and the grave of his father, who inspired his NBA dreams; Vince Carter reflects on his 22 seasons in the NBA, his relationship with Toronto, and his legacy.
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The unforgettable story of pain, loss, anger and rebirth surrounding the 2016 tragic and suspect plane crash of the Brazilian soccer team, Chapecoense.
aired 64 days ago
One of the rarest feats in all of sports: the perfect game. In-depth interviews with 15 pitchers in this unique MLB fraternity, from Roy Halladay to Felix Hernandez, dive into the drama and psychology of achieving baseball perfection.
aired 90 days ago
USC long-snapper Jake Olson makes history as the first blind athlete to play in a Division I college football game.
aired 95 days ago
In Jeremy Schaap's longest interview at ESPN, he tells the fascinating life story of 1989 NFL Draft pick Tony Mandarich.
aired 103 days ago
Inside the infamous Raiders' Black Hole fan section, as the team plays its final game in Oakland; the complicated life and untimely death of 1994 Heisman winner Rashaan Salaam; the jaw-dropping skills of Spitfire, the "Michael Jordan of dogs."
aired 104 days ago
Remembering the legendary career of NFL quarterback Steve McNair, 10 years following his murder. The family discusses how they cope with his death, and how Steve's athletic legacy is being carried on in a very different way by his son, Tyler.
aired 123 days ago
Chris Singleton, outfielder for Charleston Southern University, discusses the life of his mother, Sharonda Coleman-Singleton, pastor and teacher, who was killed during the Charleston shootings, and the impact she had on his and his family's life.

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