The Death and Life of Kobe Bryant
The Death and Life of Kobe Bryant tells the tragic story of the helicopter crash that killed Bryant, his daughter and seven others. The docuseries explores lesser-known angles including real-time analysis of the radio chatter between the pilot and tower, the investigation into the crash, the lawsuits that followed, even artists who honor Bryant. The program also reveals parts of Bryant’s life seldom seen. The program is hosted and produced by award-winning journalist Steve Gregory and produced by Jacob Gonzalez from KFI News in Los Angeles.
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