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UPDATED: How to watch ESPN’s ‘LANCE’ 30 for 30 documentary in Canada

TSN has officially picked up the two-part series

The first episode of the latest Lance Armstrong documentary was broadcast on ESPN last Sunday, but Canadians with certain cable subscriptions will be able to watch ‘Lance’ on Tuesday, May 26. The series, picked up by TSN, will make its Canadian debut on Tuesday night at 7:30 p.m. ET on TSN1 and conclude on Sunday night at 9 p.m. ET on TSN1 and TSN4.

The highly anticipated two episode documentary, named simply ‘Lance‘, will cover Armstrong’s career as part of the network’s 30 for 30 series. Love him, or love to hate him, many cyclists are eagerly awaiting the release of the newest doc.

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ESPN’s 30 for 30 documentary project was started in 2009 to celebrating the company’s thirtieth year. The series is comprised of in-depth documentaries about some of the most compelling sports stories of the past 30 years.

Although The Last Dance (ESPN’s Michael Jordan documentary) is currently streaming on Netflix Canada, users hoping to tune in to the 30 for 30 Lance episode on Sunday, are out of luck. As of now ESPN has not made any plans to broadcast the documentary on Netflix Canada.

In order to stream Lance, Canadians will have to go through a series of steps including downloading a VPN and signing up for an American streaming service.


How to watch Lance

If TSN is included in your cable package, you will be able to watch the documentary on your TV or streaming from the TSN website. If you don’t have cable, you can still get a TSN day-pass for $5 on the platform’s website.