The undertaking will hint Williams’s greater than 30-year pop music profession
The documentary sequence, which was introduced on the Edinburgh TV Festival, guarantees to offer an intimate glimpse on the bombastic entertainer, with director Joe Pearlman monitoring Williams’ days as a boy band member with the British group Take That to his rise to solo tremendous stardom and his struggles with dependancy. The episodes use archival footage and new interviews with Williams to color a portrait of his storied, virtually 30-year profession.
“The factor that may destroy me has additionally made me profitable. Big. More. Touch the fireplace. Touch the button. Push when it says pull,” Williams says in a teaser clip on X (previously Twitter). “All of these issues have given me my profession, however there’s additionally a detrimental aspect to it, too.”
In an interview with a New Zealand radio station, Williams teased that the sequence could be “stuffed with intercourse and medicines and psychological sickness. I’m extra seemingly than most individuals to depart every part in. I very hardly ever, if ever, have stated, ‘That’s an excessive amount of, take it off.’ I usually suppose that it’s not sufficient.”
The sequence is being produced by Asif Kadapia, finest identified for his work on the Amy Winehouse documentary Amy, and Dominic Crossley-Holland.