A documentary series on Elon Musk is in the works.
According to Deadline, the ‘landmark documentary series’ is by the team who did the Netflix series Jimmy Savile: A British Horror Story.
The series with the working title, The Elon Musk Show, is set to air later this year on BBC Two and will explore Musk’s ‘incredible rise’.
The producers have reportedly updated the three-part series to include the Tesla tycoon’s acquisition of Twitter, reports Uproxx.
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The series will feature interviews with his family, close friends and business associates who will tell the story of Musk’s journey to becoming the richest man in the world.
Directors Marian Mohamed and Jeremy Llewellyn Jones said in a statement: “It’s always exciting to be documenting the biggest stories of the day, and our series will go inside Elon’s inner circle, examining the billionaire’s incredible rise and the truth behind this modern icon”, per Deadline.
This is the second documentary on Musk that has been announced recently. Last week FX and The New York Times announced the television documentary Elon Musk’s Crash Course, which will premiere this month.
According to Variety, the film is directed by Emma Schwartz and is an exposé into Tesla and its work on self-driving cars.
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