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ESPN Films

ESPN Films is a TV broadcaster located in Bristol, CT. It’s a sports channel dedicated to sports documentaries. It broadcasts sports documentaries from the iconic ESPN brand and the critically acclaimed 30 for 30 series. You can watch the channel online via its video-on-demand collection, updated regularly. See our ESPN Films review below, done with an emphasis on its streaming.

Name: ESPN Films
Location: Bristol, Connecticut, United States
Genre: Sports > Sports Documentaries
Website: ESPN Films 30 for 30 Homepage

If you want to learn more about ESPN Films 30 for 30 than what’s in our review, use the buttons in the ‘Visit this station around the web’ box. If you’re interested in a different channel or stream, use the search box at the top of the page.

Review of ESPN Films

Review of ESPN Films


  • Video On Demand

ESPN Films 30 for 30’s rating of 7.5 out of 10 is based on a number of factors. One of the biggest ‘pros’ is the channel’s video collection, giving viewers access to watch on demand. However, there’s no ESPN Films live stream available, losing the channel some points. More about our rating method.

ESPN Films 30 for 30 is owned by The Walt Disney Company. It is a member of the ESPN network.

See how ESPN Films compares to other sports stations in the US.

Available Job Opportunities at ESPN Films

To see the opportunities available at ESPN Films 30 for 30, from internships and entry-level jobs up to high-ranking roles, click the Jobs button above. Given the diversity of positions the organization needs to operate successfully, there are usually several openings.




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ESPN 30 for 30

#30for30Podcasts launch tomorrow!

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Please do a 30 for 30 on the days when ESPN was a respectable network. 30 for 30 is the only thing worth watching currently.

Blake Dean how bloody good

Joel Cooper Blanchy Sez Get around it.

Gabriel Benjamin I'm excited!

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5 days ago

ESPN 30 for 30

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Ok warriors ain't selling no more one more scripted then 2019 no scripts that's schedule

WELL if send mello to BULLS and get them out way wade wants to LEAVE

They should of got houston out way thus gear CUZ them and James are owed Durant should of went there

No one like Pete Carrol! #Cheater


NOW THEY need that piece and are still owed








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6 days ago

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Are you going to do the journey of the 2017 Michigan Men's basketball team?

We want RIC flair wooooooooooo

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ESPN 30 for 30

It's official - our next #30for30, #MikeAndTheMadDog, will premiere Thursday, July 13th at 8 ET on ESPN!

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This may be the worst 30 for 30 yet. If you are going down this road, I live in Dallas do one on The Ticket radio station, just as successful and still going. I love The Ticket but don't really do one. There are 1000s of stories to do before Mike And The Mad Dog!

A lot of people hate these two, and I can sort of understand why (I don't hate either of them at all, but I still get it). But you don't understand the history of sports talk radio if you don't think these two had a HUGE impact on the industry and helped to shape what sports talk radio is today. In fact, what sports media is as a whole today. For better or worse.

I think there are like 3 people in Long Island excited about this episode of 30 for 30.

Do a 30 for 30 on Coack K or Bob Knight or any great coach, come on. This is not appealing at all, but I'll still stick to 30 for 30

It's official...30 for 30, one of the last good things about ESPN, has gone in the gutter. #NotWatching

Outside of NY does anyone really care ? To bad Hernandez didn't kill himself that would be a good 30 for 30 ..

Lol they are even taking sports out of their documentaries.

Will this 30 for 30 give us some insight into why they are both so awful?

So many good things to do a 30 for 30 on, and they pick this? What a fucking waste.

I hope it's better than the half assed hit job you just laid on boston with the celtics/lakers.

30 for 30 about that loud mouth blow hard? Yikes. How bout airing the Kings staying in Sacramento that is in the opening credits???

In the preview somebody says "people were coming in from all over to hear these guys". Really? Who?

Words can't describe how excited I am to NOT watch this episode.

Never should have broken up that tandem. They're much better with each other.

Maybe the point of documentaries is to learn about stuff you haven't heard of before. What a shocking concept.

I'll be watching since i was never able to hear their broadcast

Here in NY they ruled the AM airwaves for a bunch of yrs ..can't stand Francesa though what a stiff !

So I guess these guys are the ones who took sports radio to the next level. As a sports radio listener, I'll watch it.

Why? Oh wait, Eastern Seaboard Programming Network.

Thomas Nicholas! I'm looking forward to watching this together!

Mike Gambina looking forward to this ✨as it was the show to listen to (and I did) when you were a tiny tot 🏀🏈⚾️

Juan C Aragon best in the business when they were together

Well I'm sure looking forward to it. Been a listener since Day One.

Shocker. Another feature about an east coast entity.

Please do a 30 for 30 on Tracy Mcgrady

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