Luke Bryan to Host ‘It’s All Country’ Docuseries

Luke Bryan, the renowned “Knockin’ Boots” singer and judge on American Idol, is gearing up to host and executive produce the forthcoming docuseries titled “It’s All Country” on Hulu. This six-episode documentary series aims to delve into the iconic songs and artists that have significantly influenced the landscape of country music.

As the series commemorates a century since the recording of the first country music track, it will spotlight the cultural significance, unforgettable artists, and performances that have made country music a beloved genre not only in America but also globally.

Peyton Manning, the former American football star, will join the production team as an executive producer through his Omaha Productions banner. This venture will be in collaboration with NFL Films and Walt Disney Television Alternative.

While the release date for “It’s All Country” remains undisclosed, it’s noteworthy that this project marks a reunion for Bryan and Manning. The duo previously co-hosted the Country Music Association (CMA) Awards and are slated to reprise their roles in the upcoming November event.

The docuseries will be an addition to Hulu’s recent documentary line-up, which includes titles like “Pretty Baby”, “God Forbid: The Sex Scandal That Brought Down a Dynasty”, “Stolen Youth: Inside the Cult at Sarah Lawrence”, and “Victoria’s Secret: Angels and Demons”.

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