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How to watch the Beatles documentary

How to watch the Beatles documentary

Little darling, it feels like years to me– but it’s finally here! In this week, The Beatles: Back Premiere on Disney +. The three-part documentary series directed by Lord of the rings’ Peter Jackson, contains never-before-seen footage and previously unheard audio of the legendary band as they worked on their final album. let it be.

After over a year of delays caused by the pandemic, what began as a film has now grown into a three-part series. With a reported runtime of almost eight hours, The Beatles: Back will premiere on Disney + on three consecutive days starting Thanksgiving November 25th, so keep an eye out Beatlemania the whole coming weekend. Episodes will be posted on the streaming platform at 12 noon PT in case you want to set your alarm and be one of the first to enjoy Peter Jacksons The Beatles: Back.


Jackson is the first person in 50 years to have access to 60 hours of footage and over 100 hours of unheard audio, all stored at Apple Corps that make up the six-hour series. Jackson’s documentary is intended to provide an intimate glimpse into the bands’ creative process and the state of their personal relationships towards the end of their partnership.

“I’m really glad Peter stepped into our archives to make a movie together that would reveal the truth about the Beatles’ recordings,” Paul McCartney said in a statement. “The friendship and love between us comes across and reminds me of what an amazing time we had.”

Get ready to come together and enjoy The Beatles: Back. Here’s how you can watch:

This Is How You See The Beatles: Back
Photo courtesy of Apple Corps Ltd.

When is the Beatles documentary coming?The Beatles: Back will premiere on three consecutive days from November 25th. All episodes will be available for streaming on November 27th.

Where to see The Beatles: Back: This three-part series will be available for streaming on Disney +. The documentary will be made available to subscribers at no additional cost.

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Reference from etonline