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Thursday, July 9, 2020

ESPN 30 for 30 going to do a 1986 Mets Multi episode show.

                                          Photo Credit Heather Quinlan


ESPN Films announced an upcoming multi-part 30 for 30 documentary on the legendary 1986 Mets team. 

Highlighting their iconic season, which featured a franchise record 108-54 record and one of the greatest World Series comebacks, the series will be executive produced by Jimmy Kimmel, Sal “Cousin Sal” Iacono, ITV’s Jordana Hochman, Kimmelot’s Scott Lonker and MLB’s Nick Trotta.

Nick Davis, who was the writer and director of the PBS documentary “Ted Williams: ‘The Greatest Hitter Who Ever Lived,’” will direct the multi-part series on the team. The series will show moments on and off of the field.

Read more here.

Hey Heather. Stop being a Perfectionist and get your 1986 movie out already will ya? Check her project out here. Heather Quinlan has been working on a documentary for years that needs to get put out.

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