Luke Bryan fans will get to see a new side of his life in a five-part docuseries, Luke Bryan: My Dirt Road Diary.
The series is in development at Amazon Prime streaming channel IMDb TV and will include original home videos, interviews and personal footage.
Luke talked about the project on The Ellen DeGeneres Show last week saying, “I was kind in the evolution of artists that started hiring camera guys to come out and document stuff for weekly posts and stuff and through that, my director of the documentary, Michael Monaco, I mean, he was capturing my life. And there’s A) the challenges of trying to navigate the music business. But then the challenges of all of the loss of some of my siblings and my family members.”
“I mean, we felt like, ‘Let’s put this thing out,'” he continued. “It’s been a tough year for everybody and if people see my challenges and the things I’ve kind of had to go through in life, maybe it’ll inspire some people, certainly in these times, to dust themselves off and keep rocking.”
“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 docuseries is expected to air this summer.