Behind the Music is back, and this time it’s uncanny. The fundamental strangeness of the revival, debuting July 29 on Paramount+, hit me around seven minutes into a series premiere devoted to Ricky Martin—an extremely worthy subject who was originally profiled by the show in 2000 and then saw his episode updated 11 years later, not long after he came out as gay. The premiere features a clip from that 2011 version in which Martin looks back on his youth in Latin-pop boy band Menudo and muses: “When you’re 12 years old and you’re in front of 200,000 people, and
July 27 (UPI) — HBO gives intimate portraits of Alanis Morissette, the late DMX and more in the new teaser trailer for documentary film series, Music Box.
Music Box is a collection of six documentary films created and executive produced by Bill Simmons that highlights pivotal moments in music history.
Morissette discusses finding her voice with her signature 1995 album Jagged Little Pill and DMX performs onstage in the clip released on Tuesday.
Kenny G, the late Juice WRLD and the late Robert Stigwood make up the other Music Box subjects.
Each documentary is helmed by a different
The latest documentary coming to TV is “Woodstock 99: Peace, Love, and Rage,” premiering Friday, July 23 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on HBO.
If you don’t have cable, you’ll be able to watch “Woodstock 99” via HBO Max after it airs on HBO, but HBO Max no longer offers a free trial, so here are some other ways you can watch “Woodstock 99” online:
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Amazon Prime subscribers (Prime comes with a 30-day free
If you’re growing tired of all the scary movies, questionable reality shows and Bruce Willis flicks that are currently occupying your Netflix queue, then you’re in for a real treat. Amazon Prime is teasing a complete list of new shows and movies that will hit the streaming service in August 2021.
For example, fans are looking forward to the premiere of Val Kilmer’s
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Sassy Jones began testing different designs and hired its first fashion designer in December. Since then, the team has grown to five designers.
Jones is involved in the creative process, advising on styles and designs and selecting fabrics for each look.
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