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Bon Jovi docuseries ‘Thank You, Goodnight’ depicts uncertainties of Jersey boys

The four-part series will premier on April 26th on Hulu

February 10, 2024

Fans of Bon Jovi, prepare to relive the highs and confront the lows as the iconic band unveils their official docuseries, Thank You, Goodnight: The Bon Jovi Story.

This four-part series, premiering April 26th on Hulu and internationally on Disney+, promises an unfiltered look at the band's remarkable journey, from their working-class Jersey roots to their global superstardom, and the challenges that continue to test their resilience.

The recently released trailer offers a glimpse into this emotional rollercoaster. It's a montage of electrifying concert footage, backstage camaraderie, and candid interviews with band members, past and present.

The trailer juxtaposes the band's early ambition with glimpses of frontman Jon Bon Jovi's recent health struggles, raising questions about the band's future.

"It was real fun," says one member in the trailer, reflecting on their early days. "If you work hard enough, you can make it." But the mood shifts quickly as keyboardist David Bryan adds, "Every night was a war."

The trailer reveals that the series won't shy away from the darker aspects of their story. Viewers can expect to hear about internal conflicts, the pressures of fame, and the band's fight to stay relevant in a changing music landscape.

With exclusive interviews, never-before-seen footage, and even demo songs, the series promises to offer a unique perspective on the band's creative process and personal lives.

The trailer concludes with a chilling statement: "I don't know if there's gonna be a happy ending." Whether this refers to Jon's health, the band's future, or something else entirely remains to be seen. 

But one thing is certain: Thank You, Goodnight promises to be a captivating and emotional journey for Bon Jovi fans and music lovers alike.