From the statement with i Take That to solo success as one of the world’s greatest showmen. Robbie Williams he is one of the greatest representatives of British pop. The Netflix docuseries of the same name will trace the career of the voice of Angels with unpublished images and interviews that will allow for a more in-depth knowledge of his life.
robbie williamsthe docuseries arriving Wednesday 8 November
Robbie Williams is the title of the docuseries that will tell the story of over thirty years of a career always on the crest of the wave. The streaming platform (also visible on Sky Q and via the app on Now Smart Stick) has shared the official trailer of the work directed by Joe Pearlman and produced by Ridley Scott’s collaborators.
The docuseries will be divided into four parts and will debut Wednesday 8 November. The work will start from the Take That days, Robbie Williams said: “When I joined Take That I was sixteen. It was crazy. I was at the center of pop culture.”
Then making room for fragments on his iconic career, the artist declared: “What has happened in my life is incredible, but the past holds me in a vice. You can’t fight it.”
Robbie Williams added: “The thing that destroyed me is also what made me famous. Playing with fire, going against the grain and seeing if I survive.”
This is the official synopsis of the Netflix production (also visible on Sky Q and via the Now Smart Stick app): “After 25 years of a record-breaking solo career, Robbie takes a look back at when he was younger and reflects on a life spent in the spotlight”.