Netflix, in collaboration with director Chris Smith (known for FYRE), presents a captivating new documentary on the iconic pop duo Wham!.
The film takes viewers back to 1982 when George Michael and Andrew Ridgeley, still teenagers and best friends, embarked on a mission to conquer the world as Wham! In just four years, they achieved unprecedented success, dominating the global charts with their timeless and classic pop songs. Through personal archives, interviews, and their own words, the documentary showcases the incredible journey of Wham! and the impact they had with hits like “Club Tropicana,” “Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go,” “Freedom,” “I’m Your Man,” and, of course, “Last Christmas.”
The film delves into the lives of George Michael and Andrew Ridgeley, exploring their rise as a pop phenomenon. It also follows the recent posthumous induction of George Michael into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, acknowledging his extraordinary talent as a songwriter, vocalist, and producer. George Michael passed away in 2016 at the age of 53 due to heart and liver disease.
Prepare for an intimate and revealing journey as WHAM! The documentary premieres on Netflix on July 5th. Take a first look at the images and watch the official trailer below.
About WHAM! TV Show
"WHAM!" is a captivating documentary on Netflix that tells the incredible story of the legendary pop duo, Wham!. Directed by Chris Smith, the film explores the rise of George Michael and Andrew Ridgeley as they embarked on a journey to conquer the world of music. Through personal archives and interviews, viewers get an intimate look into their lives and the timeless pop hits that made them a global sensation. From "Club Tropicana" to "Last Christmas," this documentary celebrates the extraordinary talent and impact of Wham! as they dominated the charts and left a lasting mark on pop music history. Don't miss the premiere on Netflix on July 5th.Keep track of the cancel/renew status of all your favorite shows. Check out and bookmark our TV shows cancelled in 2019-20 season and TV shows renewed for 2020-21 season lists.