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“Thank You, Goodnight: The Bon Jovi Story ”Drops First Full-Length Trailer: Watch

"There was no plan B in my life. Bon Jovi was all or nothing," Jon Bon Jovi confesses in the trailer

A new trailer for Thank You, Goodnight just dropped!

Hulu released a full-length trailer for the upcoming Bon Jovi docuseries, which will reveal behind-the-scenes insights into the band’s rise to fame. In addition to sharing tidbits about the band’s formation and tumult throughout the years, audiences will see never-before-seen photos and hear never-be-released demo songs.

“Are we telling the truth? Are we going to lie? What are we going to do?” estranged guitarist Richie Sambora begins the trailer.

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Richie Sambora in "Thank You, Goodnight" Hulu docuseries

Related: Bon Jovi Docuseries Thank You, Goodnight to Premiere on Hulu in April

Quickly, the trailer cuts to snapshots of the band at the start of their career. “There was no plan B in my life,” Jon, 61, says in the trailer. “Bon Jovi was all or nothing.”

Then keyboardist David Bryan’s voice is heard sharing, “Five guys from nowhere, and if you work hard enough and dream big enough, you can make it,”

As the trailer continues, fans get a glimpse of the band performing throughout the ‘80s in lively clips with stadiums of people singing along to their songs.

<p>Hulu</p> Jon Bon Jovi in "Thank You, Goodnight" Hulu docuseries

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Jon Bon Jovi in "Thank You, Goodnight" Hulu docuseries

“We were just crushing it. Anything any of those bands talk about, we did. It was real fun, and I thought everyone else was enjoying it too.” Jon’s voice is heard in various clips of the band embracing that rock ‘n roll lifestyle, from basking in the stadium crowds to signing fan’s chests.

But then, he’s heard shouting, “Wrong!!” Soon, the trailer teases that the series will explore the group’s darker days. Drummer Tico Torres shares how that time of the band’s success “destroyed” his marriage, while Jon adds, “It almost killed us.”

“I don’t regret leaving,” says founding member Sambora, 64. “I regret how I did it.”

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Jon Bon Jovi in "Thank You, Goodnight" Hulu docuseries

Related: Watch the Trailer for the Upcoming Bon Jovi Docuseries Thank You, Goodnight

As the members briefly touched on Sambora’s departure from the band, they continued to share how they wanted to keep at it — and all these years later.

Along with highlighting the band, fans will learn about Jon’s vocal issues he began to face as the docuseries began filming in February 2022. “I don't know if there's gonna be a happy ending,” a voice is heard off-camera as Jon cries into his hands.

In promotion for the upcoming series, Jon shed some light on his health at Hulu's panel for the new docuseries in late February. "My craft was being taken from me,” he said of his vocal cords, which were "atrophying."

"I say in the film, and in the latter episodes, if I just had my tools back, the rest of it I can deal with," he said. "I can write you a song, I can perform as well as anybody. But I need to get my tools back."

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Bruce Springsteen in "Thank You, Goodnight" Hulu docuseries

In addition to interviews with former and current band members, Thank You, Goodnight also features interviews with Bruce Springsteen, John Shanks, Obie O’Brien, Everett Bradley, Doc McGee, Dorothea Bongiovi, Matt Bongiovi, Paul Korsilius and Dean Grillo.

The four part series is directed and executive produced by Gotham Chopra.

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Thank You, Goodnight premieres in its entirety on Hulu on April 26.

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