As another Husky hoop season begins at East Los Angeles College, Coach Mosley has a wealth of new talent – players who need tough love to move ahead.
LAST CHANCE U: BASKETBALL S2
More heart. More grit. More passion. More basketball. The East LA College Huskies are back on the court with Last Chance U: Basketball Season 2.
The critically-acclaimed, Emmy-nominated series returns to East Los Angeles College (ELAC) to give viewers another honest, gritty look inside the world of community college basketball. Directed by Greg Whiteley, Adam Leibowitz, and Daniel George McDonald, the series picks up a year after COVID caused an abrupt and emotional end to ELAC’s championship run in 2020. Head coach John Mosley is eager to get back on the court with an almost entirely new roster of Huskies, including talented but troubled D1 level athletes looking for a last opportunity to make it. Off the court, players get vulnerable sharing their personal struggles of family instability, mental health, homlessness, and more. Over 8 episodes, viewers will follow the team’s journey as players work to overcome personal demons and fight for their spot on the court.
Release Date: December 13, 2022
Format: 8 episodes x 60 min
Directed by: Greg Whiteley, Adam Leibowitz, Daniel George McDonald
Executive Producers: Greg Whiteley, Joe LaBracio, Lucas Smith, James D. Stern.
Co-Executive Producers: Andrew Fried, Dane Lillegard, Adam Leibowitz
A Netflix production in association with GQ Studios, Endgame Entertainment, One Potato Productions, and Boardwalk Pictures
Last Chance U: Basketball is a Netflix production in association with GQ Studios, Endgame Entertainment, One Potato Productions, and Boardwalk Pictures. Executive producers are Greg Whiteley, Joe LaBracio, Lucas Smith, and James D. Stern. Co-Executive Producers include Andrew Fried, Dane Lillegard, and Adam Leibowitz. Directed by Greg Whiteley, Adam Leibowitz, and Daniel George McDonald.
Last Chance U: Basketball
|Network: NetflixGenre: DocumentarySeasons: 2Episodes: 18|
Hit the hardwood in East Los Angeles as a coach with strong convictions leads young men who hope to fulfill major college potential.