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Hulu Acquires Bon Jovi Documentary

Thursday | 02/01/2024  by Lars Hindsley — Hello, Pop Culture Press readers! We’ve got some exciting news to share. Hulu has just announced the acquisition of “Thank You, Goodnight: The Bon Jovi Story,” a revelation that’s sure to thrill music enthusiasts and documentary lovers alike.

This four-part series is a first of its kind, offering an unprecedented look into the history of Bon Jovi. What makes it unique is the full cooperation from both past and present members of the band. It’s not just a story about their music; it’s a window into the life of the iconic frontman, Jon Bon Jovi.

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The series promises to be a rich, immersive experience. Imagine delving into forty years of personal videos, unheard early demos, original lyrics, and never-before-seen photos. From their humble beginnings in Jersey Shore clubs to their meteoric rise to global fame, this series covers it all. It’s a narrative of their highs and lows, chart-topping hits, and the moments that defined them, both on and off the stage.

The man at the helm is Gotham Chopra, known for his work on “Kobe Bryant’s Muse,” “Man in the Arena,” and “Tom vs. Time.” Chopra brings his unique storytelling flair as both director and executive producer. Joining him in the executive production are Giselle Parets and Ameeth Sankaran from ROS, with Alex Trudeau Viriato playing a pivotal creative role in the series’ production and editing.

Mark your calendars for this must-watch event. “Thank You, Goodnight: The Bon Jovi Story” is set to premiere on Hulu on Friday, April 26. This series is more than just a documentary; it’s a journey through the life and times of one of rock’s most enduring bands.

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