Bon Jovi Docuseries “Thank You, Goodnight” to Premiere on Hulu in April

'Thank you, Goodnight: The Bon Jovi Story' is the first-ever docu-series on the band's history will full cooperation from all members

<p>Courtesy Subjects</p> Jon Bon Jovi

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Jon Bon Jovi

Get excited, Bon Jovi fans! A docuseries on the "Livin' on a Prayer" icons is coming to Hulu.

On Monday, the streaming service announced its acquisition of Thank You, Goodnight: The Bon Jovi Story. The four-part docuseries is set to premiere on Friday, April 26.

This is the first docuseries on the band's history with full cooperation from all past and present members — including frontman Jon Bon Jovi.

"As thrilling as the story of a once-in-a-lifetime talent is, it is even more rare that a legend like Jon Bon Jovi lets the world into his most vulnerable moments while he’s still living them," the description of the docuseries, directed and executive produced by Gotham Chopra, reads.

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The ROS production is set to include 40 years worth of personal videos, unreleased demos, original lyrics and "never-before-seen photos that chronicle the journey from Jersey Shore clubs to the biggest stages on the planet."

"The series relives the triumphs and setbacks, greatest hits, biggest disappointments and most public moments of friction," the description continues.

Bon Jovi: No End in Sight was previously released in September 2022. Meanwhile, Bon Jovi: When We Were Beautiful released in 2009.

<p>Ke.Mazur/WireImage</p> Richie Sambora, Jon Bon Jovi and Alec John Such of Bon Jovi performing together


Richie Sambora, Jon Bon Jovi and Alec John Such of Bon Jovi performing together

Jon Bon Jovi, 61, was named the 2024 MusiCares Person of the Year in October. The rock star will be honored by the Recording Academy’s philanthropic organization at their Feb. 2 benefit, held two days before the 66th annual Grammy Awards.

The organization, which helps provide health and human services to members of the music industry, will recognize the music legend’s humanitarian efforts with a ceremony and tribute concert.

In November, founding member Richie Sambora told PEOPLE that a Bon Jovi reunion tour was not out of the question.

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“There's a documentary that's being done about the band and stuff that I've participated in, and people want to come see us play, and it's going to make everybody happy,” the guitarist said. “I mean, essentially, that's why you do it at this point.”

Sambora, 64, continued, “I think that we wrote a lot of songs that changed a lot of people's lives just by letting them have a good time. I know that's what music did to me … kept me company. And I hope that I can reflect that in what I do.”

“So yeah, it definitely could happen,” he added of a reunion. “It's just a question of when everybody's ready to go do it. It will be a big, massive kind of undertaking.”

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