Luke Bryan Releases Trailer for Docuseries, ‘Luke Bryan: My Dirt Road Diary’
This series will give fans a deeper insight into Bryan's life.
Luke Bryan released a trailer giving a glimpse into his upcoming docuseries, Luke Bryan: My Dirt Road Diary. The five-part series tells the story of Bryan’s rise to fame and will be available to stream on IMDb TV starting August 6. In the official trailer, fans get a sense of what to expect from the docuseries, as interviews from Bryan, his wife Caroline, his mother LeClair and others gives insight into the singer’s rise to prominence in country music and the heartbreak and struggles he endured along the way. Fans can also expect to see concert footage and home video footage as the series tells Bryan’s story.
“The devotion and support of my fans are the reason I have made it this far in my career,” said Bryan in an official press release. “Life can be tough, and the past 15 months have been very difficult for everyone. I hope in sharing this raw look into my life that it may be an encouragement to others. Through the heartaches, triumphs can come.”
Bryan announced the news of the mini-series in May and chatted with Ellen DeGeneres about the project.
“I tell people, if you’ve lived this life long enough, life’s gonna get you. You can’t be living this long, beautiful life without some ups and downs and challenges. And we’ve certainly had those. I think this documentary really shows the struggles and stuff that you have to deal with from time to time,” the singer said.
The series, named after the song from his Crash My Party album, is produced by Bryan, Kerri Edwards, and Ryan Schmidt, in association with Endeavor Content and Peanut Mountain Productions. Michael Monaco also serves as producer and director.