Netflix has released a documentary series depicting the ups and downs of singer Robbie Williams’ career.
News of him aired during the Edinburgh TV Festival, a Netflix series featuring the former Take That star, 48, lying naked on a couch, describing his singing voice as a “gift from God.” was teasing a video clip of
Directed by Joe Perlman, who directed the Bross documentary film After the Screaming Stop, it features 25 years of unseen archives and intimate footage of Williams.
Asif Kapadia, best known for documentaries about Amy Winehouse, Ayrton Senna and Diego Maradona, will executive produce alongside Dominic Crossley-Holland.
Elsewhere during the festival session, Netflix’s vice president of original series Anne Mensah reacted to streamers cutting subscribers, as was widely reported earlier this year.
Regarding the impact of this loss on the company as a whole, she said:
“This is a company founded on resilience and innovation.
“This industry as a whole is facing headwinds. Whether people avoid the question or not, this is a difficult time for all of us. Because there is
“And we have to make sure that the people we serve absolutely 100% appreciate what we do.”
Mensah added that he believed the competition was “for the best”, praised the BBC and said he was “thrilled” by Disney’s efforts.
Ben Kelly, UK director of Netflix’s unscripted series, said he doesn’t think the cost of living crisis within the UK will affect streamers’ ability to take risks when it comes to programming.
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He said no one expected the South Korean survival drama Squid Game to “take the world by storm” and that it was up to the broadcasters and producers to “leave room for surprises and take risks.” Stated.