Jack Antonoff's 'Thank You and Sorry' Docuseries to Debut on Google Play (Video)
The six-part documentary-style series combines footage from the Bleachers world tour with comedic scripted moments.
Grammy-winning musician Jack Antonoff's six-part docuseries, Thank You and Sorry, will debut for free on Google Play June 16, Google announced Thursday.
Thank You and Sorry documents the Bleachers frontman on the band's world tour, combining real moments with comedic, twisted, scripted moments. In the show, Antonoff ponders relationships and questions about life while he encounters interesting people along the way.
The Bleachers bandmembers join the lead singer on the road, as well as a number of crazed managers who can't quite get it right. Olivia Wilde appears as Antonoff's fellow OCD-suffering germaphobe; Colin Quinn insists that sending a bushel of apples is the ultimate “class act"; and Rosie Perez, among others, makes a surprise cameo. Above Average produced the project.
"Making records and being on tour constantly feels like a strange blend between real life and a production of your life the way you imagined it. With that in mind, we did that literally with Thank You and Sorry," said Antonoff in a statement. "When we shot, we would script elements of real situations, and the entire process started to become blurry as to what did and didn't actually happen. Strange times."
Antonoff is a two-time Grammy winner and scored a Golden Globe nomination for his collaboration with Taylor Swift on her song "Sweeter Than Fiction."