Luke Bryan is set to host and executive-produce an upcoming, six-episode Hulu docuseries titled It’s All Country, which will examine “the iconic songs and artists that changed the face of country music forever,” according to a release. A release date for the docuseries has not yet been revealed.
Executive-producing the series alongside Bryan will be NFL legend Peyton Manning, who will also return with Bryan this year to co-host the CMA Awards for a second year. It’s All Country will be produced by Manning’s Omaha Productions as well as NFL Films and Walt Disney Television Alternative.
The release goes on to say that the series “highlights the cultural impact and memorable performers and performances that make country music an American and growing global sensation.”
Bryan is a two-time CMA entertainer of the year winner who has notched 26 No. 1 hits on Billboard‘s Country Airplay chart and has seen four of his albums top the Billboard 200. He’s also known for his ongoing role as a judge on American Idol, a position he has held since 2018. Meanwhile, Manning was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2021 and has won two Super Bowls. After retiring from the NFL, Manning formed Omaha Productions, which has created projects for film and television, among other platforms.
It’s All Country is the latest documentary from Hulu, which has also recently issued Brooke Shields’ Emmy Award-nominated Pretty Baby, as well as 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.