The one and only Robbie Williams is getting the documentary treatment at Netflix.
Williams, who shot to fame as a member of Take That, went on to become one of the biggest names in music after his solo career took off with the release of his 1997 album 'Life Thru A Lens'.
Williams has gone on to sell over 80 million records worldwide and boasts 14 number one singles in his native UK.
Best known for timeless classics like 'Rock DJ' and 'Angels', the documentary series will follow Williams' time in the limelight, from his days as the biggest male pop star in the world through his battles with addiction.
The series will launch in 2023 and promises to be an “unfiltered, in-depth examination of a global icon and natural-born-entertainer who had to navigate the highs and lows of being in the limelight for more than 30 years.”
A statement from Netflix reads "the series will cover Williams navigating media scrutiny throughout his career, as well as addiction, professional and personal break-ups, reunions, recovery and the impact all of this has had on the performer’s mental health."
The series will comb through 25 years worth of archival footage, showing what the pop superstar was like behind the scenes.
Robbie's story will be told by Joe Pearlman, director of the award-winning documentary about 80s pop group Bros.
Oscar-winning 'Amy' and 'Maradona' director Asif Kapadia will serve as an executive producer on the series.
Robbie Williams isn't the only sex symbol of 90's culture to get a Netflix series, with a series about David Beckham also in the works at the streamer.
Fans can catch Robbie in action for 3 nights at Dublin's 3Arena this October and November, with tickets still available on Ticketmaster.
A new album, entitled 'XXV' will release on September 9th, and the album will feature reworked versions of his classic hits as well as some new material.