The documentary

The Last Dance

, about basketball player Michael Jordan's final season with Chicago Bulls in 1998, won the Creative Arts Emmy for best documentary or non-fiction series on the night from Saturday to Sunday.

The Last Dance

beat

Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness

in the category, among others

, over private zoos in the United States.

The series about Michael Jordan was also nominated in the categories of best direction in a documentary or non-fiction program and best editing in a non-fiction program, but it was not awarded.

In March, it was announced that

The Last Dance

had previously been released on Netflix due to the corona crisis.

The ten-part documentary series received mostly positive reviews.

The Creative Arts Emmys mainly award prizes for behind-the-scenes performance in television productions, but there are also awards for small categories such as documentary series and specials.

The regular Emmy Awards will take place on the night from Sunday to Monday.

See also: After 22 years of unique images of Jordan: 'He dominated in every way'