On November 8, Netflix subscribers around the globe will be able to get up close and personal with one of the UK’s most successful recording artists, Robbie Williams, who is known for classics like ‘Millennium’, ‘Feel’, and ‘Radio’.
Directed by Joe Pearlman under the Ridley Scott Associates label, Robbie Williams is clearly set to be an emotional and, at times, difficult watch. The trailer, in fact, begins with Robbie telling someone that he really wishes he “did something else for a living” right before going on stake. In another clip, he is shown reacting to footage of when he suffered a mental breakdown in front of thousands of people during a concert.
The four-part documentary series is set to look at the ‘Angels’-singer life from all angles, however, including his childhood in Stoke-on-Trent, his rise to fame with boyband Take That, his solo career, his use of drugs, his tattoos (there’s already a cheeky clip of him getting inked on the butt), and his marriage to Ayda Field in 2010.
With Robbie being a well-loved singer in Malta – as was made obvious by his sold-out concert on the Island just last August – we’re sure this series is going to be the talk of the town for a while. And, given how good other recent Netflix docuseries have been (Beckham being a great example), we can’t wait to see this!