‘You Don’t Know Bo’ earns highest ratings ever for an ESPN documentary

The director and producers of ‘You Don’t Know Bo’ told us they drew a bit of inspiration for the film from TWER’s Bo-related content, enough to apparently earn us a mention in the film’s credits Bo can spell “Hendersen” any way he wants). We’d like to thank the AUcademy…

Bo Jackson has broken another record.

You Don’t Know Bo is officially highest rated documentary ever, at least on an overnight basis. The film’s  2.3 metered market rating was enough to beat out the 2.0 earned by last year’s 30 for 30 documentary on Michigan’s Fab Five. University of Michigan basketball team of the early 1990s.

According to ESPN, You Don’t Know Bo rated highest in Birmingham, Ala., with a 7.9 metered market rating.

If you missed it, you can catch it again Wednesday night at 7 p.m. CST on ESPN2. And here’s our interview with the director.

Related: TWER reviews ‘You Don’t Know Bo

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