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New docuseries, “They Call Me Magic”, to debut on AppleTV+



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Apple TV+ has a new four-part docuseries being released by Rick Famuyiwa on April 22. The docuseries will highlight the career of NBA legend and activist, Earvin “Magic” Johnson. The film is titled, “They Call Me Magic” and will take viewers through his journey from Lansing, Michigan to across the globe.

Johnson played for the Los Angeles Lakers where he established himself as a legend of the league. Famuyiwa’s docuseries will dive into how Johnson changed the conversation surrounding HIV, how he transformed into a successful entrepreneur and became a community activist.

“They Call Me Magic” will share intimate interviews with Magic, his family, and familiar faces from his time in the league.

Check out the teaser to “They Call Me Magic”:

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