The Weeknd unleashed the trailer for his upcoming SHOWTIME documentary that takes fans behind the scenes of his record-breaking performance at the Super Bowl.
. The Weeknd teamed up with SHOWTIME for a special documentary that takes fans behind the scenes of his set. On Wednesday (September 1), The Weeknd unleashed the official trailer for his debut documentary appropriately titled The Show . In the trailer, fans can expect concert footage, first-hand accounts from people who helped set up the show, rehearsals and more. We get a window into the process of a diverse team of executives and creatives working at the highest level, in front of and behind the camera, director Nadia Hallgren said. Its fun to see these masters at work while they also uplift others. I hope this can inspire people to pursue big dreams. HipHopDX reported The Weeknd shelled out a heft $7 million to make sure the performance went smoothly. For his set, The Weekend wore a red sequined jacket, which reportedly took 250 hours to make, black-and-white wingtip shoes and performed a medley of nine of his biggest songs, including Blinding Lights, Starboy and Cant Feel My Face. The SHOWTIME documentary isnt the only thing in television land The Weeknd is working on. In June, Deadline