A series of BTS music documentaries will soon be available on Disney’s global online platforms.
According to sources from Deadline, BTS has a deal with Disney on a number of projects including a documentary series and a concert film. This is an agreement between BTS’s management company – HYBE – and Walt Disney Company in the Asia Pacific region.
According to the source, the content will be broadcast on Disney’s global streaming sub-services, including Disney+. These contents include the concert film BTS: Permission To Dance On Stage – LA filmed at Sofi Stadium last November, the movie BTS Monuments: Beyond the Star – a documentary series about the K-pop group. This POP includes music copyrights and footage of the group when active in the past 9 years. The series is expected to premiere next year.
“We are delighted to be partnering with HYBE to showcase their films on our platform,” said a representative from Walt Disney, “This partnership demonstrates our creative ambitions when partnering with iconic content creators and top stars, so audiences can see and enjoy their talents in a variety of ways.”
Meanwhile, the HYBE side also gave the reason why the company decided to cooperate with Walt Disney. “Walt Disney has a long history of building movie franchises and promoting artists in the music industry, with unparalleled brands and platforms,” a HYBE representative said in the announcement. mine.
Below is what BTS shared about this collaboration: