HBO Max Announces New Nicki Minaj Six-Part Docuseries
A unfiltered insight into her journey from rising fame to recent motherhood.
Amongst celebrating the 10th anniversary of her successful album Pink Friday, Minaj took to Twitter on November 20th to tell fans that six 30 minute episodes would be coming to HBO Max that uncovers “a raw unfiltered look at my personal life and my professional journey”. It will explore everything from her rise to fame to recent motherhood.
#NickiMinajHBOMAX #PinkFridayAnniversary #PinkFriday pic.twitter.com/ywEtjhpKJb— Mrs. Petty (@NICKIMINAJ) November 20, 2020
The currently un-named docuseries is directed by six-time Emmy nominated Michael John Warren who is also responsible for JAY-Z’s Fade to Black documentary. This will be his third collaborating with Minaj: he directed her previous two documentaries, My Time Now and My Time AGAIN. He also took to Twitter to announce his joy for the upcoming docuseries, saying “extremely honoured to be telling her story again. What a decade it’s been!”.
Extremely honored to be telling her story again. What a decade it's been! Thank you @BronStudios @hbomax @HBOMaxPop and the Queen herself @NICKIMINAJ #NickiMinajHBOMax https://t.co/rKL3lNbGu2— Michael John Warren - Director (@MJWFilms) November 20, 2020
It’s no secret that Minaj has creative flair and a businesswoman mind: her 17 awards and 44 nominations are testimony of that. Sarah Aubrey, head of original content at HBO Max in a statement said, “Nicki Minaj is a multi-faceted artist, businesswoman, and innovator as well as a force to be reckoned with” and calls it a ‘privilege’ to bring the series to viewers.
Stay up to date with HBO Max news in the upcoming weeks for more info on a release date.
Up next, Lil Nas X The King Of Comebacks