The four parts of Ken Burns, the eight-hour documentary “Muhammad Ali” provide a broad perspective on boxers, workers, human beings and the most productive men of the twentieth century.
“Muhammad Ali” provides a comprehensive view of Ali’s legacy. From his mythical night inside the square circle to his fight against civil rights and racism.
The documentary includes Ali’s daughters Hana and Rasheda, his second wife Khalila Ali, his third wife Veronica Porche and his brother Rahman Ali. Also seen are Todd Boyd, Bob Arum, Howard Bryant, Jerry Eisenberg, Larry Holmes, Karim Abdul-Jabbar, Jesse Jackson and others.
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The first episode “The Greatest” premiered on PBS on Sunday. The rest of the episodes are coming on September 20-22 at 8pm.
Here’s what you need to know to watch this awesome series about the life and legacy of “The Greatest”.
Muhammad Ali started the time and schedule of the Docsarij episode
- Episode 1: The Greatest (September 19, 8pm ET)
- Episode 2: What’s My Name (September 20, 8pm ET)
- Episode 3: Competition (September 21, 8pm ET)
- Episode 4: Spelling Remaining (September 22, 8pm ET)
Ken Burns’ documentary on Muhammad Ali will be divided into four, two-hour episodes, including the premiere of “The Greatest” on September 1 at night. Subsequent episodes will premiere on the same time slot on 20-22.
Which channel has Muhammad Ali documentary today?
“Muhammad Ali” will be broadcast on PBS station (see your local list for channel information).
How to stream Muhammad Ali’s documentary
Four episodes of Muhammad Ali are starting to air tonight at 8pm ET on pbs.org/ali. Watch the full episode of Muhammad Ali here or on your favorite streaming device: Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Android, iOS device or Samsung Smart TV using the PBS video app.