The halftime show he performed The Weeknd in the Super Bowl raised any kind of comments and controversy, since the fans could love the presentation, but to others, the show seemed a fiasco.
As well there was a parade of memes, which flooded social networks and many of them criticized The Weeknd show, artists chosen by the NFL for its reach and popularity.
The Weeknd: Announce a documentary of the show he gave at the Super Bowl show
And if you thought that after the title obtained from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers it would all end there, we tell you that it will not be possible, since The Weeknd is working on a documentary of his Super Bowl performance.
Despite the criticism, the singer seems to be satisfied with his performance and will show all that was behind the Super Bowl LV musical performance.
This material will arrive towards the end of this year, just before the composer begins his recently announced world tour that includes the United States and Mexico.
A show that was criticized on social networks
The Weeknd performed their halftime show with great choreography and flashy sets, but people in general did not find it an impressive show.
The american channel Showtime joined the singer throughout the previous months to gather those efforts in image and all that will be revealed soon in the documentary.
The Weeknd and the producers decided to name the documentary “The Show” and is directed by Emmy winner Nadia Hallgren.
“Anchored by The Weeknd’s dynamic performance, ‘The Show’ is a valuable snapshot of the tremendous art and effort that goes into Pepsi’s Super Bowl halftime show,” said Kent Sevener, Executive Vice President of Content Acquisition, Showtime in a statement to Variety.
A historic show for the NFL
According to own Nadia Hallgren, this halftime show was historic given that it was the first edition in which an African-American served as Executive Producer, since it was given to Jesse Collins.
The documentary “The Show ”will arrive in late 2021 and below you can see the first teaser of this video: