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Singer Bobby Brown Has Two New Documentaries Debuting Later This Month


Singer Bobby Brown has not one, but two new projects coming to be broadcast on the A&E network. The R&B icon is at the center of the two-part documentary, Biography: Bobby Brown, and unscripted series, Bobby Brown: Every Little Step.

According to the network, the new documentary will give fans a personal look at the musician’s “journey to superstardom and the fallout from his personal struggles with sobriety and the tragic deaths of his two children and first wife, Whitney Houston.”

After facing immense tragedy and adversity in the public eye, the Browns are ready to invite fans into their world as they embark on a new chapter of life. Through exclusive access into their day-to-day lives, follow along as Bobby juggles his music career, raising a family, dealing with the recent loss of his son, his sobriety and focusing on his physical health. There’s never a dull moment in the Brown household as they move through the triumphs and travails of everyday life and prepare for new adventures. Get to know Bobby, Alicia, La’Princia, Landon, Cassius, Hendrix and Bodhi up-close and personal, like never before.

About the Show

From growing up in the housing projects of Roxbury, Massachusetts, through his rise to fame with New Edition and beyond, Bobby Brown shares his personal journey like never before in “Biography: Bobby Brown.” In exclusive interviews, the R&B icon unveils his struggles with substance abuse, his marriage to Whitney Houston, the devastating loss of Houston and his two children and his life as a devoted father and husband to Alicia Etheredge-Brown. Confronting his very personal yet very public struggles, Brown recounts what it was like to become a music phenomenon at such a young age in this tell-all documentary.

In an effort to come to terms with his tumultuous past, Bobby, for the very first time, visits the grave site of Whitney Houston and daughter Bobbi Kristina and holds a deeply moving tribute in honor of Bobby Junior. The documentary includes interviews with Usher, Jermaine Dupri, Keith Sweat, Babyface, New Edition,  as well as his family, friends and those who experienced this journey with him.

About “Biography”
The celebrated “Biography” brand continues to highlight newsworthy personalities and events with compelling and surprising points of view and remains the defining source for true stories from some of the most accomplished non-fiction storytellers of our time. Extensive on-air and branded digital content, including short-form, will roll out on all platforms, including, the home to hundreds of profiles of notable cultural figures and influencers.

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