Paramount+ to air new documentary about boy bands and their place in pop culture

Paramount+ is putting the spotlight on boy bands from the ’90s and early ’00s!

The streaming service has acquired a documentary about the boy band-obsessed era and its place in pop culture. Variety reports.

Veteran music manager Johnny Wright, who has managed groups such as New Kids on the Block, *NSYNC, 98 Degrees and more, has teamed up with Gunpower and Sky CEO Van Toffler to produce the upcoming documentary.

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“The ’90s boy band era had an indelible impact and will forever be woven into the pop culture landscape,” Bruce Gilmer, president of music, musical talent, programming and events at Paramount+ and head of Paramount+, said in a statement. Paramount+ music content. “Boy bands remain true global sensations to this day, as seen in the fan frenzy heard around the world during this year’s *NSYNC onstage reunion. VMA and the increasing dominance of major K-Pop groups like BTS, Stray Kids and TXT.”

Tamra Davis will direct the documentary, which will “include the songs, band members and personalities that defined the period and explain the popularity of boy bands.”

No release date has been set at this time. Stay tuned!

Speaking of *NSYNC, did you hear their first new song in 20 years?

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