Early this year, we heard about Lance Bass’ documentary “The Boyband Con. The Lou Pearlman Story”, thanks to Jon, who gave Lance a shout out on Twitter. If you haven’t watch it yet, as a boyband fan consider it as a “must”; the documentary is not only great in every aspect, but also a lesson on the history of Boybands. Are the New Kids mentioned? Of course! And you have no idea they part they played… Do you?
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You can watch “The Boyband Con. The Lou Pearlman Story” on YouTube Premium. If you don’t have a premium account, you can sign up and enjoy a month for free! That’s plenty of time to watch Lance’s documentary and explore what else is there.
These days, Jon watched “POSE” and “The Biggest Little Farm”
POSE, on FX
POSE is an American drama television series about New York City’s African-American and Latino LGBTQ and gender-nonconforming ballroom culture scene in the 1980s and, in the second season, early 1990s. Jon mentioned on Twitter, “Anyone watch @PoseOnFX? Can’t believe it’s the season finale of season two. Such an amazing series!!! Can’t wait to watch after dinner 😀”
The Biggest Little Farm
This documentary, follows two dreamers and their beloved dog when they make a choice that takes them out of their tiny L.A. apartment and into the countryside to build one of the most diverse farms of its kind in complete coexistence with nature. Jon said, “Just watched The Biggest little Farm documentary a second time…@BiggestLilFarm on Twitter! My all time favorite documentary! Please watch if you can.”
The Biggest Little Farm is being distributed by NEON, and you can buy it or rent it through iTunes, Google Play and Amazon Video, among others. Rent on Amazon Prime Video and on iTunes, is available now for $ 5,99.