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Where Can I View The Bee Gees Documentary?

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The Bee Gees were a highly famed musical group formed by three brothers Maurice Gibb, Robin Gibb and Barry Gibb. The brothers formed their musical group in 1958.

With the Bee Gees, the trio achieved a great deal of success in popular music in the late 1960s and early 1970s. The Trio later became some of the most prominent performers in the disco era in the late 1960s and early 1970s.

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The Bee Gees were active in 1958–1969,1970–2003, 2006, 2009–2012. They have won so many accolades following their contributions to the music industry. They got their star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1979. They were inducted in 1994 into the Songwriters Hall of Fame.

The Bee Gees were also made honorary honorary citizens of the state by Reubin Askew, the governor of the US state of Florida in 1978. Judging from their achievements, one can conclude that the Bee Gees were one of the greatest musical groups of all time.

Where Can I View The Bee Gees Documentary?

There are many documentaries on the work of the Bee Gees. With just a smartphone or any handheld device to access the internet, you can watch the documentary of the Bee Gees at the comfort of your home.

The Bee Gees documentary, The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend a Broken Heart, is now available to stream on the following platforms:

  1. HBO Max
  2. Hulu (with HBO Max add-on)
  3. Amazon Prime Video (rental or purchase)
  4. Apple TV (rental or purchase)
  5. Google Play Movies (rental or purchase)
  6. Sky Store (rental or purchase)
  7. YouTube (rental or purchase)

With a subscription to HBO Max or Hulu with the HBO Max add-on, one can stream the documentary for free. Alternatively, you can purchase the documentary on the above mentioned platforms.

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