ESPN’s latest installment to the “30 for 30” series has a premiere date set.
On Thursday, ESPN sent out a press release announcing “One and Not Done,” a feature on Kentucky basketball coach John Calipari, is set to premiere April 13 on ESPN.
The documentary will follow Calipari’s life from being a high school point guard to his time at UMass and ultimately his current reign at Kentucky, where he has established himself as one of the top college basketball coaches of all-time.
“’One and Not Done’ is really three films in one,” said director Jonathan Hock in a statement.
“It’s a biography of an immigrant son’s American Dream, an intense and revealing all-access sports film, and a meditation on corruption and the true meaning of big-time college sports. Making this film was a chance to write history while it’s being made, the kind of filmmaking opportunity that keeps me coming back to 30 for 30 year after year.”
You can check out the trailer for “One and Not Done” below:
The documentary will air at 9 p.m. ET.