Justin Bieber is sharing an honest look into what life was like during lockdown in his brand new YouTube Originals documentary, “Justin Bieber: Next Chapter”.
The 30-minute special is a followup to the hit 10-episode original series, “Justin Bieber: Seasons”, which chronicled the making of Bieber’s latest album, Changes.
The new documentary reunites Bieber with director Michael D. Ratner, who helmed “Seasons”.
While “Seasons” gave fans an all-access look into the Canadian star’s life after he had stepped away from the spotlight for two years, “Next Chapter” picks up where the docuseries left off, showing viewers what Bieber’s day-to-day life looks like now, post-album and during the current pandemic.
At one point in the trailer, the “Yummy” singer can be seen getting tested for COVID-19.
Bieber also shares reflections on being a child star and discusses his relationship with wife Hailey while looking back at his life, all from the intimacy of his own home.
“Connecting with fans and bringing them into my life is really important to me. I’m excited to catch up with them and to share the progress I’m making, the new music I’m working on, and what I’m excited about for the future,” he said.
“Seasons” broke records as the biggest YouTube Originals debut to date with more than 32 million views in its first seven days.
“Justin Bieber: Next Chapter” premieres Friday, Oct. 30 at 12 p.m. ET on Bieber’s official YouTube channel.