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On Wednesday (October 13), Disney Plus dropped the first trailer for the highly anticipated docuseries The Beatles: Get Back. Directed by Peter Jackson, this three-part journey takes fans inside the making of the iconic band's final album, Let It Be.

The intimate documentary is compiled from nearly sixty hours of unused footage from the recording sessions of Let It Be, including the rooftop concert held at the headquarters of the band's company, Apple. This will be the first time the concert footage will be seen in its entirety.

Fans of The Beatles will know that some of the Let It Be footage was used for the 1970 documentary film of the same name directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg. The band was disappointed by the end result, however, and the rest of the footage was never released—until now.

Here's the official synopsis for The Beatles: Get Back:

The Beatles: Get Back premieres on Disney Plus over three days, on November 25, 26, and 27. Will you be tuning in?

Experience The Beatles Like Never Before In First 'Get Back' Docu-series Trailer | 93.1 The Mountain

RELEVANT Magazine 13 October, 2021 - 10:10am

On Wednesday (October 13), Disney Plus dropped the first trailer for the highly anticipated docuseries The Beatles: Get Back. Directed by Peter Jackson, this three-part journey takes fans inside the making of the iconic band's final album, Let It Be.

The intimate documentary is compiled from nearly sixty hours of unused footage from the recording sessions of Let It Be, including the rooftop concert held at the headquarters of the band's company, Apple. This will be the first time the concert footage will be seen in its entirety.

Fans of The Beatles will know that some of the Let It Be footage was used for the 1970 documentary film of the same name directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg. The band was disappointed by the end result, however, and the rest of the footage was never released—until now.

Here's the official synopsis for The Beatles: Get Back:

The Beatles: Get Back premieres on Disney Plus over three days, on November 25, 26, and 27. Will you be tuning in?

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