Peter Jackson Get Back Docuseries
The highly anticipated original docuseries of three-time Oscar-winning filmmaker Peter Jackson The Beatles: Come Back is slated for release on Disney Plus in three installments over a three-day period on November 25, 26, and 27.
The Beatles: Come Back is an intimate capsule for fanatics of the beloved British band as much as an insightful treat for more casual listeners. The series documents the 1969 story of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr planning their first show in over two years: a rooftop concert on Savile Row in London. For the first time, The BeatlesThe final group performance will be available in its entirety.
What time does it air on Disney Plus?
Starting Thursday, November 25, Thanksgiving Day, The Beatles: Come Back will be available to all Disney Plus streaming subscribers at no additional cost. Since the documentary is a three-part series, only the first episode will be available on that day, with the second being available on Friday, November 26, and the third on Saturday, November 27. Each episode will be available at midnight Pacific Time. (3 a.m. ET) on their release dates.
The Beatles: Come Back is a Disney Plus exclusive docusery, so fans will need to subscribe to access the series. Disney Plus is available for consumers to sign up for $ 7.99 per month or $ 79.99 for a one-year commitment. With this you have access to original Disney Plus series and movies like Loki, Hawkeye, The Book of Boba Fett, Luca and more, as well as large archive of Disney and 20th Century Fox classics.
Another option is the Disney Plus Bundle, which combines Disney Plus with the ESPN Plus and Hulu streaming services for a single monthly subscription of $ 13.99.
In which countries is Disney + available?
Disney + is available in the following regions. Disney + plans to launch in all major countries, visit the official site for more details.
North America: United States, Canada and Puerto Rico.
Latin America: Argentina, Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Grenada, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico , Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, Uruguay and Venezuela.
Asia Pacific: Australia, New Zealand and Singapore.
Europe: Netherlands, United Kingdom, Ireland, Italy, Germany, Greenland, France, Austria, Spain, Switzerland, Belgium, Finland, Iceland, Luxembourg, Portugal, Denmark, Norway and Sweden.
What to expect
The docuseries were made possible by the restoration of over 150 hours of previously unreleased audio and over 60 hours of footage shot by Michael Lindsay-Hogg in January 1969. The Beatles: Come Back carries with it an aura of exclusivity, as Jackson is the only person with access to the private film archives where these images have been kept for over 50 years.
Between sequences of intimate recording sessions and songs from the band’s last two albums Abbey route and So be it, The Beatles: Come Back draws the curtain on the legendary group caught in a time crash that has put their relationship as individuals and group mates to the test.
“It shows everything Michael Lindsay-Hogg couldn’t show in 1970. It’s a very firm look at what’s going on,” Jackson told The New York Times. “You see these four great friends, great musicians, who just lock in and develop these songs, and you see it all on the screen.”
Coinciding with the film is the new book, The Beatles: Come Back. The book contains photos of Ethan A. Russell and Linda McCartney, as well as hundreds of never-before-seen footage of film footage taken from the original 16mm footage shot by Michael Lindsay-Hogg and shot by the camera crew. . His text consists mainly of conversations between John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr with their associates which took place during the To recover recording sessions throughout January 1969.
To concern The Beatles: Come Back on Disney + from November 25.