TLC, Moby & More, Star in New Music Doc Series Now Streaming on Netflix

Universal Pictures presents


Now streaming on Netflix, with new episodes featuring:

TLC, Moby, Noel Gallagher, & Nile Rodgers

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Once in a Lifetime Sessions is a new music documentary series, now streaming on Netflix US, featuring intimate live performance and interviews in four, hour+ episodes highlighting the careers and catalogs of iconic recording artists including TLC, Moby, Noel Gallagher, and Nile Rodgers.

tlc netflixClick the image above to view the TLC episode trailer

From waterfalls to wonderwall “Once in a Lifetime Sessions,” is an original and unique music documentary series giving viewers the chance to get up close and personal with a specially chosen selection of today’s most celebrated music icons. . Featuring TLC, Moby, Noel Gallagher (Oasis, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds) and Nile Rodgers (Chic, Sister Sledge, etc.) each episode offers unprecedented insight into the lives and careers of each musician.

moby netflixClick the image above to view the Moby episode trailer

Filmed on location at some of the greatest studios around the world, the Sessions highlight the craftsmanship, artistic depth, incredible skill and talent of the artists whilst also showcasing their catalogue. Each episode is dedicated to a single artist or group and features both an intimate live performance and a vinyl recording session woven together with exclusive interview footage and a masterclass exploring the stories behind some of the most memorable songs of all time.

“Once in a Lifetime Sessions” premieres with the season’s first four episodes on Netflix on August 1, with an additional four artists and episodes to air later this year.


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