'30 for 30 Lance': It took 'less than a minute' for viewers to hate Lance Armstrong all over again

'The Last Dance' may be done, but that didn't stop ESPN from dishing out another hard-hitting documentary, focusing on the highs and lows of decorated cyclist, Lance Armstrong


                            '30 for 30 Lance': It took 'less than a minute' for viewers to hate Lance Armstrong all over again
Lance Armstrong (Getty Images)

'The Last Dance' may be done but that didn't stop ESPN from dishing out another hard-hitting documentary in '30 for 30 Lance', focusing on the highs and lows of decorated cyclist Lance Armstrong. The series opened with the filmmakers directly jumping into his doping scandal and that had fans talking. 

"I hope all the scammers are tuning into Lance Armstrong’s 30 for 30, you might learn something," a fan tweeted. "I don’t even care. Lance Armstrong was a bad MF #30For30," another wrote. "I can tell this Lance Armstrong 30 for 30 is already about to be a classic," a fan opined. "Interesting start to the Lance Armstrong 30 for 30. I hadn’t heard about most of this stuff in the first 20 minutes," a tweet read as the initial minutes of the docuseries spoke of his doping and the origin of the name Armstrong. "Anyone else gets this really weird vibe from Lance Amstrong on @espn 30 for 30," a fan asked. "This Lance Armstrong #30For30 already has me hooked — JF," a fan explained. "Wow, this Lance Armstrong @30for30
is wild right outta the gate," another remarked. 

"Lance Armstrong thought he had a 'brand' as a teen? So he’s always been arrogant #30For30," a fan remarked. "Watching this Lance Armstrong 30 for 30 and he definitely needs his a** beat... he sounds mad casual," another seconded. "I didn’t watch a single episode of The Last Dance. I’m excited to watch this 30 for 30 Lance though," a fan tweet read. "My first thought was honestly who gives a shit about Lance Armstrong? He's a noted a***ole in a noted sport full of cheaters where cheating is the norm. The only thing noteworthy about him is he beat cancer and came back to dominate the sport of cheaters. #30For30," a fan tweeted. "Lance Armstrong #30For30 is so good and it just started. But he was an a***ole and took the easy way out to become a winner. But hey win at all cost..." a fan said. 

Here's one to sum up the awe and the hate: "It took me less than a minute to re-hate Lance Armstrong. I don't think I’m going to make it through. #Lance #30For30."

'30 for 30 Lance' airs Sundays 9 pm ET on ESPN. 

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