A new Justin Bieber documentary is heading up to Amazon Prime Video about the lead-up to the star’s first concert in three years.
Justin is Back Better Than Ever
After a lengthy hiatus, chart-topping return, and a global pandemic, Justin Bieber is finally once again performing to massive audiences. In his 2020 Seasons YouTube docuseries, the global superstar explained how a combination of health issues, burnout, and anxiety led him to cancel his 2017 Purpose tour. But now, Bieber is set to chart his return to the stage in a new documentary.
Justin Bieber: Our World will hit Amazon Prime on October 8, and invites fans to experience the “intense and exciting” ride as the pop megastar prepared for his New Year’s Eve 2020 live-streamed show on the rooftop of the Beverly Hilton hotel in Los Angeles.
Justin is reuniting with filmmaker Michael D. Ratner, who is the director of the new documentary. Previously, they worked together in the 2020 YouTube docu-series Justin Bieber: Seasons, which provided Beliebers with an intimate look at the singer’s life, music-making process, and marriage to wife Hailey Bieber.
Coming Back to the Stage After a Tough Year
In a statement for his upcoming documentary, Justin said, “Performing live and connecting with my fans through music is deeply meaningful to me. Especially during the past year. Being able to provide a service and share my gifts; to bring some happiness to people during such a sad and scary time has meant the world to me. This film documents an intense and exciting time; preparing for a return to the stage during this season of real uncertainty. Coming together with my team, overcoming the obstacles, and delivering a special show, surrounded by friends and family; it’s all here.”
Ratner added, “I couldn’t be prouder of our continued partnership with Justin; as well as the SB Films team and the collaborative effort by all to make this project possible. Amazon Studios is the ideal partner to share this inspiring and feel-good film on a global scale. Make sure to watch it with the volume maxed out.”