Duke Documentary “Earn Everything”, is now available on ESPN+

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DURHAM, N.C — The behind-the-scenes documentary on Duke Basketball, Earn Everything, is now available on ESPN+.

The eight-episode series follows the Blue Devils from the first time together in July to the much-anticipated season-opener against Kentucky in the State Farm Champions Classic. Available now are the first six episodes, with the two final released after Duke’s season opener.

Narrated by famed actor Ron PearlmanEarn Everything provides a rarely-seen look into the Duke Basketball program as Hall of Fame coach Mike Krzyzewski prepares his team for the 2018-19 season. The show takes you inside practices, film sessions and meetings, and introduces you to the talented Blue Devils, which features the No. 1-ranked freshman class.

In addition to the shows on ESPN+, a 30-minute “Best Of” show hosted by Rece Davis will air Friday, Nov. 2 on ESPN at 7 p.m.

Earn Everything, produced by Intersport, is among the first of a new crop of original series on ESPN+.

Episodes now available:
Episode 1: The Brotherhood

Episode 2: New Heights

Episode 3: Be as Tough as your Mothers

Episode 4: Viral Sensation

Episode 5: The Road is Home
Episode 6: Countdown to Craziness

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