A Billie Eilish Documentary Is Reportedly Coming to Apple TV+

Carla Harmon
December 7, 2019

It was a big year on the charts for six-time Grammy-Awards nominee Billie Eilish.

Per THR, Eilish could receive a hefty $25 million for the doc if Apple does indeed pick it up, though other reports haven't been as specific about the doc's price tag. The budget of the documentary was reportedly between $1 million and $2 million. For the Eilish documentary, Cutler was granted access to the artist's private moments with family, as well as behind-the-scenes footage of her public appearances.

Eilish's Bad Guy single also came top of the most Shazamed songs of 2019, the music recognition app owned by Apple said. The news emerged as Apple aired its live stream of Eilish's performance for the Apple Music Awards, from the Steve Jobs Theater at the company's global headquarters.

Cutler is known for his work on "The War Room", "Nashville and "A Perfect Candidate". She grew up wearing "boys" clothes as a youngster, saying she was frustrated with traditional gender fashion choices.

He also collected the trophies of Favorite New Artist and Favorite Alternative Rock Artist at the American Music Awards, where he made his television debut with a powerful performance of "All the Good Girls Go to Hell".

While details are sparse, the documentary is expected to arrive sometime in 2020 as Apple TV+ builds its roster of original content.

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