More than 40 years after his tragic death, fans are finally getting a look inside John Lennon’s final days.

In BritBox‘s original documentary, “Lennon’s Last Weekend”, the iconic Beatles member’s last moments are detailed, including the interview he gave with the BBC’s Andy Peebles just days before he was shot and killed at his home in New York City in 1980.

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According to the streaming service, “Lennon’s Last Weekend” relives the last weekend the legendary Lennon was alive, with Andy [Peebles] travelling to New York to relive the story of what really happened on those two fateful days in December 1980.”

In BritBox’s first trailer for the doc, “Lennon’s Last Weekend” will also take an in-depth look at his relationship with Yoko Ono, his early career with The Beatles and his past drug abuse.

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“Lennon’s Last Weekend” premieres exclusively on BritBox Canada this December.