Breaking the Band

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  • 2018
  • 4 Seasons
  • 6.6  (75)

this docuseries explores the circumstances surrounding the demise of some of music's most popular acts. The break ups of The Beatles, The Supremes, Fleetwood Mac, The Eagles, The Beach Boys, N.W.A, Van Halen, Sonny and Cher, and more are examined using dramatic recreations. The series has drawn criticism from the bands themselves and their fans.

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Skid Row
18. Skid Row
June 26, 2022
Skid Row bursts onto the rock 'n' roll scene in 1989, with help from Jon Bon Jovi. United in their ambition and drive, Skid Row stormed the stage.
Scorpions
17. Scorpions
June 19, 2022
With over 100 million albums sold Worldwide across an incredible 50 year career, German Heavy Metal giants Scorpions are one of the most successful international rock bands of all time. We chart their meteoric journey from post war Germany, to headlining Madison Square Garden and living out their American dream. After establishing themselves as one of the iconic Heavy Metal acts of the 1980’s the band’s attention turned elsewhere and Scorpions played a leading role as the Winds of Change brought the Cold War to an end. But as is so often the case when a Rock Band realizes its ambitions, trouble is never far away. Find out the true story, told by the Scorpions themselves, of how excess, money and power-struggles within the band turned its American Dream… into a Heavy Metal nightmare.
Foreigner
16. Foreigner
June 19, 2022
Formed in New York in 1976 by musical powerhouse Mick Jones, Foreigner would become one of the most successful groups of all time as Lou Gramm’s incredible vocals and the band’s unique talents would rack up more than 80 million album sales. By the mid Eighties, Foreigner’s blend of hard rock and atmospheric ballads were a stadium filling success all over the world but behind the scenes, their move towards synth led soft rock, most famously the #1 global hit “I want to know what love is,” had started to create fault lines between musical architect Mick and frontman Lou. As resentment grew, the once tight knit songwriting partnership started to fall apart; and when Lou embarked on a successful solo career, their dispute came to a head. In May 1990, Lou leaves acrimoniously fracturing the musical heart of the band. It seemed like they would never get back together but music, especially Foreigner’s, is a powerful force …
Bon Jovi
15. Bon Jovi
April 17, 2022
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ZZ Top
14. ZZ Top
April 10, 2022
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Def Leppard
13. Def Leppard
April 10, 2022
Summary is not available.
Prince and the Revolution
12. Prince and the Revolution
April 3, 2022
Summary is not available.
The Jackson 5
11. The Jackson 5
April 3, 2022
Summary is not available.
Judas Priest
10. Judas Priest
February 6, 2022
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Iron Maiden
9. Iron Maiden
February 6, 2022
Summary is not available.
AC/DC
8. AC/DC
August 29, 2021
Summary is not available.
Metallica
7. Metallica
August 29, 2021
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Alice Cooper
6. Alice Cooper
August 22, 2021
Summary is not available.
Whitesnake
5. Whitesnake
August 22, 2021
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Genesis
4. Genesis
August 15, 2021
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Pink Floyd
3. Pink Floyd
August 15, 2021
Summary is not available.
Heart
2. Heart
May 23, 2021
Heart forms in the late 1960s with two guys and later includes Ann Wilson and her sister, Nancy.
The Who
1. The Who
May 16, 2021
The Who sold over 100 million records in a career that spans over 50 years. As they were propelled to fame in the 1960's they redefined youth culture with their aggressive antics on stage and off. With Pete Townshend's genius, Roger Daltry's voice and the drug fuelled capers of its unique rhythm section, Keith Moon and John Entwistle, The Who produced a stream of hits that made them household names worldwide. But with fame came conflict between Pete and Roger, as they tussled for control of the band. And with global superstardom came excess, which ended with Keith Moon's tragic death in 1978. Somehow the remaining members managed to keep going, until they split in 1982. The Who have since reformed and the two remaining members, Pete and Roger, play on, and are still touring today
Description

this docuseries explores the circumstances surrounding the demise of some of music's most popular acts. The break ups of The Beatles, The Supremes, Fleetwood Mac, The Eagles, The Beach Boys, N.W.A, Van Halen, Sonny and Cher, and more are examined using dramatic recreations. The series has drawn criticism from the bands themselves and their fans.

Breaking the Band is a series that is currently running and has 4 seasons (50 episodes). The series first aired on June 10, 2018.

Where to Watch Breaking the Band

Breaking the Band is available for streaming on the Reelz website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Breaking the Band on demand at Amazon Prime, Tubi TV and Pluto TV.

  • Premiere Date
    June 10, 2018
  • IMDB Rating
    6.6  (75)