Multiple sources have disclosed of a closed documentary series deal between Billie Eilish and Apple TV +, said to worth $25 million going in for the singer.
The documentary, which has already wrapped up productions, revolves around the 17-year old singer/songwriter’s journey into the release of her debut album ‘When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? in March this year. The Hollywood Reporter confirms that, R.J. Cutler, director of the documentary was granted deep access to Eilish’s private moments with family and behind-the-scenes of her public appearances.
The project produced in collaboration with Eilish’s recording label, Interscope Records, is set to stream only on Apple TV +, joining the roster of unscripted films coming to the streaming platform including an Oprah Winfrey-helmed project and an unnamed project about sexual misconduct in the music industry.
Yesterday, Eilish was named by Apple Music as its Artist of the Year at the first ever held Apple Music Awards, where she also headlined the event inside the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California. The documentary will premiere in 2020.