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Paramount+ Unveils Docuseries ‘Nöthin’ But A Good Time: The Unfiltered Tale Of ’80s Hair Metal’

Paramount+ has greenlit a new docuseries titled Nöthin’ But A Good Time: The Uncensored Story of ‘80s Hair Metal, inspired by the book Nöthin But a Good Time: The Uncensored History of the ‘80s Hard Rock Explosion penned by rock journalists Tom Beaujour and Richard Bienstock. Directed by Jeff Tremaine, known for his work on Jackass and The Dirt, the show delves into the wild world of ‘80s hard rock, featuring interviews with key figures from the era like Bret Michaels, Stephen Pearcy, Nuno Bettencourt, Dave “Snake” Sabo, and Riki Rachtman, as well as appearances by Corey Taylor and Steve-O.

The series aims to provide an unfiltered look at one of music’s most legendary periods, capturing the sheer madness and unbridled ambition that captivated music enthusiasts and left an indelible mark on culture. Each episode promises to offer a glimpse into the era’s electrifying energy that continues to resonate with audiences today.

Jeff Tremaine expressed his enthusiasm for the project, describing it as a tribute to the most extravagant decade in rock history. He views the docuseries as a personal homage to the ‘80s, celebrating the era that defined a generation of music lovers.

Behind the scenes, Nöthin’ But A Good Time: The Uncensored Story of ‘80s Hair Metal is backed by a team of executive producers including Jeff Tremaine and Shanna Newton from Gorilla Flicks, Eric Wattenberg, Scott Lonker, and Will Nothacker from Wheelhouse’s Spoke Studios, Erik Olsen, and Bruce Gillmer and Michael Maniaci from MTV Entertainment Studios. Richard Bienstock and Tom Beaujour are onboard as co-executive producers, bringing their expertise to the project.

Fans eagerly anticipating the series can mark their calendars for the expected release later this year, as Nöthin’ But A Good Time: The Uncensored Story of ‘80s Hair Metal gears up to take viewers on a nostalgic journey through the electrifying world of ‘80s hard rock.