Currently there are many ways to watch the Backstreet Boys documentary. Amazon, iTunes, DVD/Blu-Ray, On Demand and so on. But now you can add Netflix to the list. According to Netflixlife.com in a list of new movies being added the Backstreet Boys documentary “Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of” will be available starting June 16.
We don’t know if it will be available for Netflix in other countries or just the US.
Backstreet Boys have been in Israel since May 17 and spent their day off visiting the country. Many photos have been uploaded to our other sites. They include the following.
Arriving in Tel Aviv, shopping at Renuar, riding segways on May 17.
Masada and at the Premier Dead Sea on May 18, 2015. While at the Dead Sea the boys covered themselves in mud which is said to help your skin.
Western Wall in Jerusalem on May 19, 2015. Minus Nick who decided to spend some time in the gym.
The Special Blu-Ray Edition of Backstreet Boys: Show ‘Em What You’re Made is now available to order on Amazon.com.
The Blu-Ray includes the same deleted and extended scenes as the DVD and it also includes bloopers. The bloopers were first seen during the sneak peek of the documentary back on January 29th.
Update: Amazon updated the listing for the blu-ray. It’s available for pre-orders and will be released June 1st.
Entertainment Weekly shared a scene where the Backstreet Boys are recording the song Madeleine. AJ talks about the track and how Nick struggled with recording. Watch the deleted scene on their website.
AJ also talks about the recording process for the track and how Nick struggled while recording.
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Backstreet Boys documentary which is now available on DVD (Blu-Ray being released soon) is currently #1 on Amazon! The documentary is #1 under Documentary and as well as Music Videos & Concerts.
Don’t forget you can purchase the DVD on Amazon.com. The DVD is available for everyone and ships everywhere. There is no region restriction.
Besides the documentary the DVD will include the trailer and the following.
Extended version of Brian visiting his childhood church.
AJ visits the house in Florida where he grew up.
Kevin pays tribute to Kathie Bettler, his high school drama teacher.
Howie’s sister Pollyanna meets the band at a place that holds a lot of history for Orlando’s hometown boy.
The boys visit their first “band house” in Kissimmee, Florida.
Today is the Boys 22nd anniversary and we take a look back at a performance from last year. On their 2014 cruise the Boys performed some songs they hadn’t sung in years. For example Hey Mr. DJ, That’s The Way I Like It, Just to be Close and others. Even some songs from This Is Us an album Kevin wasn’t apart of. Like If I Knew Then, Straight Through My Hear and Undone. Here’s a performance of the song Undone. It’s one of Kevin’s favorite songs.
22 years ago today Backstreet Boys were formed. Happy 22nd Anniversary Backstreet Boys! Thank you for all the great memories over the years. Here’s to many more years.
On July 30, 2013 Backstreet Boys released their album In A World Like This. The first single of the album is also called In A World Like This. They performed the song on various shows to promote the albums release. The album reached #5 on the Billboard 200 charts which was their highest chart debut since their 2005 album Never Gone. It’s also their ninth album to reach to the top 10 on Billboard. Here’s their performance of their two singles In A World Like This and Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of from Jimmy Kimmel Live.
In 2012 while in London, England to record their new album the Boys announced that they would be performing LIVE on Good Morning America August 31, 2012. This was their first performance with all five members in six years. The performance was held at Central Park in NYC and it was packed with fans who spent hours even sleeping outside the park to watch them perform. The Boys even bought fans food for these fans. The max capacity of Good Morning America’s concert section at the park is roughly 5,000 and that’s how many fans showed up. They packed the park and were GMA’s biggest crowd ever during a summer concert.