Thirty years of career for one of the most successful artists in the history of music. Robbie Williams is the docuseries that will tell unpublished sides of the singer’s personal and working life.
From success with Take That to solo debut, Robbie Williams is without a doubt one of the most high-sounding names on the international recording scene.
robbie williamsthe first images of the docuseries
A high-speed journey into the life of Robbie Williams. The docuseries will provide a unique and original look thanks to hundreds of hours of never-before-seen footage. Netflix Italia has distributed the teaser of the work, divided into four set offwhich will soon arrive on the streaming platform (also visible on Sky Q and via the Now Smart Stick app).
The images showed the singer waiting backstage, performing and moments of family life. Here is the official synopsis: “Authentic. Sincere. Real. This four-part docuseries shines a spotlight on Robbie Williams, Britain’s most successful solo artist ever, and includes hundreds of hours of intimate, never-before-seen footage spanning three decades. From an acclaimed crew that includes director Joe Pearlman and Asif Kapadia as executive producer.”
It was 1991 when Take That arrived on the market with Do What U Like immediately gaining great attention. Within a short time Gary Barlow, Mark Owen, Howard Donald, Jason Orange and Robbie Williams established themselves as one of the most successful boy bands ever, giving out great hits, including Pray, Everything Changes And Back for Good.
In 1995 Robbie Williams decided to focus on his solo career, among his most famous songs we find Angels, Rock DJs, Feel, As Undone, Misunderstood, Bodies And Candy.