Backstreet Boys Documentary Pulls Back The Curtain On The Band’s Trials + Tribulations

It’s been two decades since we first met The Backstreet Boys, but just because they’re married men doesn’t mean they’re ready to hang up their matching boy band outfits and retire. Want proof? Check out the television debut of their new documentary on VH1 this Friday! Backstreet Boys: Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of commemorates BSB’s 20th anniversary, and will pull back the curtain on the band’s many ups and downs over the course of their career.

The film follows band members Nick Carter, Howie Dorough, Brian Littrell, AJ McLean and Kevin Richardson over a two-year period, during which they recorded 2013’s In a World Like This and embarked on a world tour. Though fans learn about career heights and shattered records, they’re also exposed to the reality of drug abuse and fraud. Despite these troubles, the boys make it clear that they remain committed to overcoming any hurdles as a unit.

Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of airs Friday, April 3rd, at 9/8c on VH1, and Saturday, April 4th, at 9/8c on Palladia. Watch a sneak peek above!