Watch New Trailer For Bon Jovi Docuseries ‘Thank You, Goodnight’

March 7, 2024

You’re still over a month away from seeing Hulu’s “Thank You, Goodnight: The Bon Jovi Story”, the first-ever docuseries on the band’s history. And now, at least you can see more footage than what was shown in the first trailer!

The docuseries is meant to celebrate the band’s 40th anniversary of its self-titled debut album (released on January 21, 1984), less than a year after forming in New Jersey.

As you’d expect, the four-part docuseries takes a look at the band’s four decades history, and follows the band and its frontman, Jon Bon Jovi. In other words, you’ll get a look behind the music and the man.

The production team sifted through forty years of personal videos, unreleased early demos, original lyrics and never-before-seen photos to create the docuseries. And you’ll see it all, the triumphs and setbacks, greatest hits, biggest wins and disappointments and band friction.

Warts and all.

“Thank you, Goodnight: The Bon Jovi Story” is directed and executive produced by multiple Emmy Award winner Gotham Chopra (“Kobe Bryant’s Muse”, “Man In The Arena”, “Tom vs. Time”).

If you’ve followed the band, you’ll know that guitarist Richie Sambora left Bon Jovi mid-tour back in 2013 (to spend more time with family). Sambora missed 13 shows on the band’s 2011 tour when he entered rehab.

Sambora was onstage with the band in 2018 when they were inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame.

Jon Bon Jovi was honoured as the 2024 MusiCares Person Of The Year last month, two days before the 66th annual Grammy Awards.

Last November, Sambora told People magazine that a reunion tour was not out of the question.

“There’s a documentary that’s being done about the band and stuff that I’ve participated in, and people want to come see us play, and it’s going to make everybody happy,” the guitarist said. “I mean, essentially, that’s why you do it at this point.”

Love a good docuseries – which band(s) would you like to see one created for?


Written by Todd Hancock