Showtime(R) Announces Features on Two Legendary Groups: New Order and Duran Duran
SHOWTIME ANNOUNCES FEATURES ON TWO LEGENDARY GROUPS: NEW ORDER AND DURAN DURAN
NEW ORDER: DECADESPremieres Friday, December 27 At 7:30PM ET/PT
Followed By DURAN DURAN: THERE'S SOMETHING YOU SHOULD KNOW At 9PM ET/PT
NEW YORK – December 10, 2019 – SHOWTIME has announced two new documentaries profiling iconic rock bands New Order and Duran Duran. NEW ORDER: DECADES will premiere on Friday, December 27 at 7:30 p.m. ET/PT. Part concert, part documentary, NEW ORDER: DECADES follows the band's preparations in the re-staging of their acclaimed collaboration, So It Goes, with the artist Liam Gillick and the 12-piece synthesizer orchestra that captured the headlines during Manchester International Festival 2017.
DURAN DURAN: THERE'S SOMETHING YOU SHOULD KNOW offers a candid look back through the extraordinary career of one of the world’s most beloved groups, with previously unseen footage and intimate conversations with the original line-up: singer Simon Le Bon, bassist John Taylor, drummer Roger Taylor and keyboardist Nick Rhodes. The doc highlights the defining moments of their four decades-long journey and provides a glimpse into what’s next for Duran Duran. DURAN DURAN: THERE'S SOMETHING YOU SHOULD KNOW will premiere on Friday, December 27 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
NEW ORDER: DECADES is produced and directed by Mike Christie. Dinah Lord serves as executive producer. The film is a Caravan production for Sky Arts.
DURAN DURAN: THERE'S SOMETHING YOU SHOULD KNOW is directed by award-winning Brit, Zoe Dobson. David Notman-Watt serves as executive producer. The film is produced by back2back Productions for the BBC. BBC Studios holds distribution rights globally.
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