How to watch the Muhammad Ali documentary, part 4, on PBS

How to watch the Muhammad Ali documentary, part 4, on PBS. 

The four-part Ken Burns documentary, Muhammad Ali, is finally coming to a close. This will be the final episode and one you don’t want to miss it. We’ve already watched part one (1942-1964), part 2 (1964-1970) and part 3 (1970-1974).

Part four of the documentary will air on Wednesday, Sept. 22 at 8/7c and will feature the next stage of Ali’s life.

According to PBS, part four is aptly named Round Four: The Rent You Pay (1974-2016) and is described as the following:

“Muhammad Ali shocks the world when he defeats George Foreman in Zaire, winning back the heavyweight title and becoming the most famous man on earth. He faces Joe Frazier in the brutal “Thrilla in Manila,” and boxes for five more years. He is diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 1984 but continues to travel the world spreading his Islamic faith, and becomes a symbol of peace and hope.”

How to watch the Muhammad Ali documentary on PBS

Date: Wednesday, Sept. 23
Time: 8/7c
TV Info: PBS

In case you missed the first three episodes don’t worry, PBS is airing all portions of the documentary numerous times so that it can fit with anyone’s schedule. Check your local listings for re-airing times and watch anytime on the PBS Video app.

The four-part Ken Burns documentary, Muhammad Ali, premieres on Sunday, Sept. 19 at 8/7c on PBS.