ESPN Films’ Emmy-nominated and Peabody Award-winning 30 for 30 is an unprecedented documentary series, engaging some of today’s finest storytellers to tell incredible stories that capture the core of how sports inspire and entertain.
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Can someone tell me where this is because it sure is not on iTunes which makes it so frustrating for me...
What a rip-off by Apple. If you watch ESPN you will notice that volume 3 is still going on as on April 2017 (One and Done) with more coming out in June 2017 (Lakers vs Celtics). BUT Apple is has already stopped Vol 3 and started selling Vol. 4. The series is called 30 by 30. Not 8 by 8. I think they need to correct the volume 3 and volume 4 and refund everyone who paid for both.
Volume 2: 30 episodes Volume 3: 8 episodes Single episodes: $3 3x8= $24 Cost of Volume 3: $30 Where the heck is the rest of this season?
I purchased a season pass for Vol. 2 of 30 For 30 and got the 30 episodes that you would expect based on the literal name of the series. When Vol. 3 started, I purchased another season pass for $30 thinking it would be a great deal for another 30 episodes. Imagine my surprise when after 8 episodes they suddenly stopped showing up and and I discovered that there was now a Vol. 4 where the new episodes were going. An individual episode costs $3 which meant if I had paid for each episode by itself I would have only paid $24 for Vol. 3. I got the pleasure of giving Apple an extra $6 for nothing. I wrote to Apple to explain this to them and their response was that I needed to contact ESPN about it because it wasn't their problem. ESPN's own website still lists Vol. 3 as ongoing with new episodes being listed under that designation. The ONLY place Vol. 4 exists is on iTunes where you can again purchase a season pass which is guaranteed not to be a full season since you are already misssing the first 8 episodes of the current season.
The "Gospel According to Mac" might be the best 30 for 30 yet. Whether you agree with Bill McCartney or not, the man is riveting. The story has so many layers of triumph and tragedy; both of which bring you to tears. Well done ESPN!
Matthew D. Whipple 2015-10-14
Incredible documentary. FIGHT ON TROJANS!!!!