Another Elon Musk Biography Coming Soon: Here’s Which Company Is Behind It

The richest man in the world has been a popular subject of articles and television series for media companies. Another company has just entered the race.

What happened: Leading English media company BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) is create a documentary series on Tesla Inc. TSLA CEO Elon Musk.

The series, which has a working title of “The Elon Musk Show,” will include interviews with friends, associates and family members. The series will also include archival footage from Musk’s pre-Tesla days in Silicon Valley.

‘The Elon Musk Show’ is set to be a three-episode series and will air on BBC2 later this year. BBC2 is broadcast in the UK and several European countries. No details have been shared if the series will be coming to the United States. The BBC is co-owner of BBC America with AMC Networks Inc AMCXwhich could be a potential landing spot for the new series.

Related Link: 5 Things You Might Not Know About Elon Musk

Why it matters: The BBC said the series would “get to the heart of who Elon Musk really is”.

The new show comes at a time when Musk is leading both Tesla and SpaceX and is in the process of buying out the social media platform Twitter Inc. TWTRwhere he could also be the temporary CEO once the takeover is complete.

“Elon Musk is one of the most enigmatic and intriguing people in the world. By exploring his roots and how he revolutionized fields as diverse as space exploration, the internet and green technologies will shed new light on how which we have come to this,” said the BBC editor. Simon Young mentioned.

Author Walter Isaacson is also writing a book about Musk, which could potentially be highly coveted by media companies to turn into a series or a movie. Isaacson wrote a well-known biography on Apple Inc. AAPL co-founder Steve Jobs which was made into a movie by Comcast Company CMCSA Universal Pictures unit.

A documentary series centered around Tesla’s self-driving technology struggles, titled “Elon Musk’s Crash Course,” will premiere May 20 on FX and Hulu, two units of Walt Disney Co. SAY. The series is based on a New York Times Co. NYT investigation.

Comments are closed.