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date (day) time network episode title
12/12/15 (Sa.)9:30 PMESPN(#306) Four Falls of Buffalo
11/10/15 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#305) Chasing Tyson
11/3/15 (Tu.)9:00 PMESPN(#304) The Gospel According to Mac
10/20/15 (Tu.)9:00 PMESPN(#302) Down in the Valley
10/20/15 (Tu.)9:00 PMESPN(#303) The Prince of Pennsylvania
10/13/15 (Tu.)9:00 PMESPN(#301) Trojan War
7/30/15 (Th.)8:00 PMESPN(#230) Angry Sky
4/16/15 (Th.)9:00 PMESPN(#229) Sole Man
3/15/15 (Su.)9:00 PMESPN(#228) I Hate Christian Laettner
2/8/15 (Su.)9:00 PMESPN(#227) Of Miracles and Men
12/13/14 (Sa.)9:00 PMESPN(#226) The U Part 2
11/11/14 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#225) Rand University
11/4/14 (Tu.)9:00 PMESPN(#224) Brothers in Exile
10/28/14 (Tu.)9:00 PMESPN(#223) Brian and The Boz
10/21/14 (Tu.)9:00 PMESPN(#222) When The Garden Was Eden
10/14/14 (Tu.)10:00 PMESPN(#221) The Day The Series Stopped
10/7/14 (Tu.)9:00 PMESPN(#220-90) Playing for the Mob
7/22/14 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#219-90) Slaying the Badger
7/1/14 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPNSoccer Stories - White, Blue and White
5/6/14 (Tu.)7:00 PMESPNSoccer Stories - Mysteries of the Rimet Trophy / Barbosa: The Man Who Made Brazil Cry
4/29/14 (Tu.)7:00 PMESPNSoccer Stories - The Myth of Garrincha / Ceasefire Massacre
4/22/14 (Tu.)7:00 PMESPNSoccer Stories - Maradona '86 / The Opposition
4/17/14 (Th.)8:00 PMESPN(#218) Bad Boys
4/15/14 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPNSoccer Stories - Hillsborough
3/16/14 (Su.)9:00 PMESPN(#217-120) Requiem For The Big East
1/16/14 (Th.)9:00 PMESPN(#216-90) The Price of Gold
12/14/13 (Sa.)9:00 PMESPN(#215-120) Youngstown Boys
11/5/13 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#214) Tonya and Nancy (Nanette Burstein)
10/29/13 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#213) This is What They Want (Brian Koppelman and David Levien)
10/22/13 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#212-90) Big Shot (Kevin Connolly)
10/15/13 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#211-90) No Mas (Eric Drath)
10/8/13 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#210) Free Spirits (Daniel H. Forer)
10/1/13 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#209-90) Hawaiian: The Legend of Eddie Aikau (Sam George)
4/23/13 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#208-90) Elway to Marino (Ken Rodgers/NFL Films)
3/17/13 (Su.)9:00 PMESPN(#207-120) Survive and Advance (Jonathan Hock)
12/8/12 (Sa.)9:00 PMESPN(#206-90) You Don't Know Bo (Michael Bonfiglio)
10/30/12 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#205) Ghosts of Ole Miss (Fritz Mitchell)
10/23/12 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#204-90) Benji (Coodie and Chike)
10/16/12 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#203) There's No Place Like Home (Maura Mandt and Josh Swade)
10/9/12 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#202-90) 9.79* (Daniel Gordon)
10/2/12 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#201-90) Broke (Billy Corben)
12/11/10 (Sa.)9:00 PMESPN(#130-120) The Best That Never Was (Jonathan Hock)
12/11/10 (Sa.)9:00 PMESPN(#129) Pony Excess (Thaddeus D. Matula)
11/9/10 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#129) Pony Excess (Thaddeus D. Matula)
11/9/10 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#130-120) The Best That Never Was (Jonathan Hock)
11/2/10 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#128) Marion Jones: Press Pause (John Singleton)
10/26/10 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#127) Fernando Nation (Cruz Angeles) on ESPN Deportes (R)
10/26/10 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#127) Steve Bartman: Catching Hell (Alex Gibney)
10/24/10 (Su.)9:00 PMESPN(#127) Fernando Nation (Cruz Angeles) on ESPN Deportes
10/19/10 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#126) Tim Richmond: To the Limit (Rory Karpf)
10/12/10 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#125-90) Once Brothers (NBA Entertainment)
10/5/10 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#124) Four Days in October (Major League Baseball Productions)
9/28/10 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#123) Into The Wind (Steve Nash)
9/21/10 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#122) The House of Steinbrenner (Barbara Kopple)
9/14/10 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#121) Unmatched (Lisa Lax and Nancy Stern)
9/7/10 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#120) One Night in Vegas (Reggie Bythewood)
8/31/10 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#119) Little Big Men (Al Szymanski and Peter Franchella)
8/24/10 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#118) Jordan Rides the Bus (Ron Shelton)
7/29/10 (Th.)7:00 PMESPN(#117) The Birth of Big Air (Jeff Tremaine, Johnny Knoxville, and Spike Jonze)
6/21/10 (Mo.)9:00 PMESPN(#116) The Two Escobars (Jeff Zimbalist) on ESPN Deportes
6/16/10 (We.)10:00 PMESPN(#115) June 17, 1994 (Brett Morgen)
5/11/10 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#114) Straight Outta L.A. (Ice Cube) on ESPN2
5/4/10 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#113) The 16th Man (Cliff Bestall, Lori McCreary and Morgan Freeman)
4/27/10 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#112) Run Ricky Run (Sean Pamphilon)
4/20/10 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#111) Silly Little Game (Adam Kurland and Lucas Jansen)
4/13/10 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#110-90) No Crossover: The Trial of Allen Iverson (Steve James)
4/3/10 (Sa.)4:00 PMESPN(#109) Guru of Go (Bill Couturié) on ABC
3/14/10 (Su.)9:00 PMESPN(#108-90) Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. The New York Knicks (Dan Klores)
12/12/09 (Sa.)9:00 PMESPN(#107-120) The U (Billy Corben)
11/10/09 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#106) The Legend of Jimmy The Greek (Fritz Mitchell)
11/3/09 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#105) Without Bias (Kirk Fraser)
10/27/09 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#104) Muhammad and Larry (Albert Maysles)
10/20/09 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#103) Small Potatoes: Who Killed the USFL? (Mike Tollin)
10/13/09 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#102) The Band That Wouldn't Die (Barry Levinson)
10/6/09 (Tu.)8:00 PMESPN(#101) Kings Ransom (Peter Berg)

30 FOR 30 (ESPN)
Returns Saturday, December 12
10/6/09 - ???
returning this winter (yet to premiere)
saturdays from 9:30 PM-11:00 PM EST
3 (30 episodes)
(from ESPN's press release, November 2015) The next installment in ESPN Films' award-winning 30 for 30 series, "Four Falls of Buffalo," will premiere on Saturday, Dec. 12, at 9:30 p.m. ET immediately following the Heisman Trophy presentation on ESPN. The film, directed by Ken Rodgers and produced by NFL Films, looks at the Buffalo Bills of the early '90s that made it to four straight Super Bowls yet never brought home the coveted Vince Lombardi Trophy. In 1989, the Buffalo Bills were a talented team full of big personalities, including future Hall-of-Famers Jim Kelly, Bruce Smith, Thurman Thomas and Andre Reed. Dysfunction and infighting ran as deep as the talent in their locker room, but the team known as "The Bickering Bills" would soon transform themselves into an elite force. From 1990 through 1993, the Bills went on an unprecedented run of AFC Championship victories, appearing in a record four straight Super Bowls. But what's been remembered most is how those Super Bowl appearances played out, with the Bills losing all four. Along the way though, the Bills took part in some of the defining NFL moments of the era. Theirs is a heartbreaking tale, yet one that ultimately proves Jim Kelly and the Bills to be among the most perseverant group of players in NFL lore.
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