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Robbie Williams Reflects On Tumultuous Career: Look + Listen

Netflix has dropped a new trailer for its four-part docuseries focused on British hitmaker and Take That singer Robbie Williams.

Canvassing the superstar singer’s decades long Herculean career from the age of 16 in the British boy band to his challenges with drugs and alcohol to his emergence as a solo star and his role of father, Robbie Williams, will feature “30 years of never-before-seen archive footage.”

In the recent trailer Williams admits “I was the center of the pop culture world,” “I felt like I was giving more and more of myself away, to the point where you’re not someone you recognize. Being in the spotlight, you can’t trust anybody.”

In a previous radio interview Robbie stated that the series would be “full of sex and drugs and mental illness. I’m more likely than most people to leave everything in. I very rarely, if ever, have said, ‘That’s too much, take it off.’ I normally think that it’s not enough.”

Released on 11.08, the series was produced by Ridley Scott Associates and Asif Kadapia, (best known for his work on the Amy Winehouse documentary,) and Joe Pearlman, who helmed documentaries about Lewis Capaldi, Harry Potter, Diego Maradona, and Mo Farah, who will direct.

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Author: Al Denté

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