Bon Jovi Documentary Set to Premiere on Hulu

Hulu is set to tell the rock ‘n’ roll tale of Bon Jovi with a new four-part series. The mini-series, entitled “Thank You, Goodnight: The Bon Jovi Story,” comes from Gotham Chopra’s Religion of Sports settings and will detail the impact, evolution, highs, and lows of the band’s 40-year career.

About “Thank You, Goodnight: The Bon Jovi Story”

Hulu’s upcoming docuseries, “Thank You, Goodnight: The Bon Jovi Story,” is an intimate look into the dynamic rock band’s influential four-decade career. It’s remarkably the first-ever retrospective that features input from all the existing and past band members. The show is slated to go live on April 26 on Hulu for viewers in the United States. Fans in Latin America and other parts of the world can watch it later this year on Star+ and Disney+, respectively.

The Legacy of Bon Jovi

The timing of the biopic announcement aligns with the 40th anniversary of Bon Jovi’s debut self-titled album release. The album enjoyed considerable success, peaking at number 43 on the Billboard 200 chart. The band’s big break came two years later with “Slippery When Wet,” which skyrocketed to number one, having an eight-week reign at the top. Blockbuster singles like “You Give Love a Bad Name,” “Livin’ on a Prayer,” and “Wanted Dead or Alive” propelled the album to sell over 12 million copies. To date, Bon Jovi has succeeded in placing 13 albums in the top 10 of the Billboard 200.

Pulling Back the Curtain on Bon Jovi

“Thank You, Goodnight” is primed to give viewers an all-access pass, covering both triumphs and trials in the band’s journey. The show, directed and executive produced by Chopra (famous for his work on “Kobe Bryant’s Muse, Man in the Arena”), will feature interviews with frontman Jon Bon Jovi, other band members, unseen personal videos, uneaten demos, lyrical inspirations, and rare photographs. Chopra’s executive co-producers are Giselle Parets and Ameeth Sankaran of Religion of Sports, while Alex Trudeau Viriato served as the producer and editor of the series.

Wrapping Up

Fan or not, “Thank You, Goodnight: The Bon Jovi Story” promises to be a compelling voyage into the life and legacy of a rock band that shaped the music landscape. For those eager to follow the journey, mark your calendars and stay tuned for its premiere on April 26 on Hulu. For more news, reviews, and comprehensive previews on all things pop culture, visit [HitPlay](

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