The original HBO documentary on hip-hop legend DMX is part of their “Music Box” series debuts November 25, 2021
“DMX: Don’t Try To Understand” chronicles one tumultuous year in the life of hip-hop superstar DMX. The documentary, which is part of Bill Simmons’ “Music Box” series, premieres November 25th at 8PM ET on HBO.
The first two docs in the “Music Box” series are “Jagged” and “Woodstock 99: Peace, Love, and Rage”, which are now streaming on HBO Max. There will be a Kenny G documentary “Listening to Kenny G” premiering on December 2nd.
Then it’s “Mr. Saturday Night” on December 9th. “Mr Saturday Night” is the untold story of Robert Stigwood, the impresario behind “Saturday Night Fever” and its record-breaking disco soundtrack; directed by John Maggio.
“Music Box” comes to a close on December 16th with “Juice WRLD: Into the Abyss” on December 16th. The doc is an intimate and often eye-opening exploration of the life and all-too-short career of wunderkind rapper Juice WRLD; directed by Tommy Oliver.
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