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TSN becomes Canadian home of ESPN’s ’30 for 30′ docs

Canadian sports broadcaster TSN will be the exclusive Canadian network for ESPN's documentary series '30 for 30.' The series will come to Canada on November 13 starting with Barry Levinson's doc, The Band That Wouldn't Die, followed by Mike Tollin's Small Potatoes: Who Killed the USFL on November 14. Another highlight is Peter Berg's Wayne Gretzky doc, Kings Ransom on November 18.
November 9, 2009

Canadian sports broadcaster TSN will be the exclusive Canadian network for ESPN’s documentary series ’30 for 30.’ The series will come to Canada on November 13 starting with Barry Levinson’s doc, The Band That Wouldn’t Die, followed by Mike Tollin’s Small Potatoes: Who Killed the USFL on November 14. Another highlight is Peter Berg’s Wayne Gretzky doc, Kings Ransom on November 18.

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