New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) congratulates New England Patriots running back Sony Michel after a touchdown last October.

For the last five weeks, there’s been appointment sports viewing on our TVs, and we haven’t really had to ask too many questions.

“The Last Dance” wasn’t perfect, but for the 5.6 million people that tuned in on Sunday nights and the millions more that watched on-demand, the 10-part documentary that chronicled Michael Jordan and the 1990s Chicago Bulls was more than enough without live sports on the air.

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