“They Call Me Magic” Docuseries Now Streaming on Apple TV+

Apple’s video streaming platform is now officially globally premiering the new “They Call Me Magic” documentary series, which is a real-life story of Earvin Johnson.

The new docuseries offers a rare glimpse into the incredible real-life story of Earvin Johnson, who left his mark on history through his work — both on and off the court — and continues to impact our culture today,” Apple describes.

With unprecedented access, the docuseries explores Earvin “Magic” Johnson’s remarkable journey from being the face of the Los Angeles Lakers and cementing himself as an all-time NBA legend, to changing the conversation around HIV and transforming into a successful entrepreneur and community activist.

Apple TV said the highly-anticipated four-part documentary “They Call Me Magic” is “an illuminating, holistic look into the life and career of one of the most iconic figures in the world, Earvin “Magic” Johnson.”

Rick Famuyiwa has directed the new story, Rachel Morrison serves as cinematographer, while produced by Apple by XTR and New Slate Ventures produces the story in partnership with H.Wood Media and Delirio Films.

“They Call Me Magic” is now available to watch on Apple’s video streaming platform in the Apple TV app on iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV 4K, eligible gaming consoles, and smart TVs.

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