Nobody knows when NBA games will return, but basketball fans now have something to look forward to. The release date for “The Last Dance,” ESPN’s documentary about Michael Jordan, has been moved up.

The 10-part series was supposed to debut on June 2. Now, the documentary will premiere on Sunday, April 19.

“The Last Dance” will air on ESPN for five consecutive Sunday nights from April 19 through May 17. Two episodes are set to be broadcast each night, starting at 9 p.m. EDT.

Viewers outside of the United States will be able to watch the series on Netflix.

“As society navigates this time without live sports, viewers are still looking to the sports world to escape and enjoy a collective experience,” ESPN said in a statement. “We've heard the calls from fans asking us to move up the release date for this series, and we're happy to announce that we've been able to accelerate the production schedule to do just that. This project celebrates one of the greatest players and dynasties ever, and we hope it can serve as a unifying entertainment experience to fill the role that sports often play in our lives, telling a story that will captivate everyone, not just sports fans.”

The 2019-2020 NBA season was abruptly suspended on March 11 when Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert tested positive for COVID-19. Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell, Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant and Marcus Smart of the Boston Celtics are among the players that have tested positive for the disease.

New York Knicks owner James Dolan tested positive for COVID-19, experiencing little to no symptoms, according to the team. Including players, 15 members of NBA organizations are known to have tested positive for the coronavirus. None of them are known to have been seriously ill.

The NBA is planning to potentially resume during the summer, though it’s unknown if the season will return. The league is reportedly looking into the possibility of holding the playoffs in one location, such as Las Vegas.

Every major sport in the United States has been suspended or canceled during the coronavirus pandemic.

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NBA Hall of Famer and Charlotte Hornets owner Michael Jordan walks off the court during the NBA All-Star Game 2016 at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Feb. 14, 2016. Elsa/Getty Images