Seven New ESPN Documentaries Coming This Fall

By Marcus Vanderberg Comment

The spirit of 30 for 30 lives on thanks to seven new documentaries from ESPN.

Catching Hell, the documentary on Steve Bartman, kicks off a seven-week run through Nov. 8. Below are the rest of the documentaries that are scheduled, according to

Renee, about transgender tennis player Renee Richards’ efforts to enter the 1977 U.S. Open and her life today. Airs Oct. 4.

The Dotted Line, directed by Morgan Spurlock, which profiles two sports agents, Peter Greenberg and Eugene Lee. Airs Oct. 11.

Unguarded, about former high-school star and NBA player Chris Herren’s struggles with addiction and his road to recovery. Airs Oct. 18.

The Real Rocky, a profile of former heavyweight boxer Chuck “The Bayonne Bleeder” Wepner, whose 1975 fight with Muhammad Ali helped inspire Sylvester Stallone to write “Rocky.” Airs Oct. 25.

Charismatic, about the horse that nearly won the Triple Crown in 1999 but sustained a career-ending injury in the Belmont Stakes. Airs Nov. 1.

Roll Tide/War Eagle, about the deep roots of the rivalry between the University of Alabama and Auburn University. Airs Nov. 8.