Paul McCartney dives deeper into his career with the Beatles, Wings and as a solo artist in the new six-part series McCartney 3.2.1.
The music legend sits down with producer Rick Rubin for some candid and candid discussions about his 60 years in music. You can watch the entire series online from Friday 16 July 2021.
McCartney 3.2.1 promises to share untold stories from his career, as well as unheard of songs from his old catalog.
With the entire series arriving at once, here’s everything you need to know about how to watch McCartney 3.2.1 online.
How can I watch ‘McCartney 3.2.1’ online?
The McCartney music deep dive lands on Hulu on Friday, July 16, 2021. All six episodes will be available to stream on the same day.
It’s a Hulu exclusive, so you can’t watch McCartney 3.2.1 elsewhere online or on television.
New Hulu subscribers can start a one-month free trial and subscriptions are $5.99 per month after that. You can also get a one-month free trial of an ad-free Hulu subscription before paying $11.99 per month for that service. You can also sign up for an annual subscription to Hulu + Live TV for $64.99.
What topics are covered in ‘McCartney 3.2.1’?
Each phase of McCartney’s music career is covered in the documentary series, with each episode highlighting a different aspect. The 30-minute episodes have titles that refer to the content discussed between Rubin and McCartney.
- Episode 1 “These Things Bring You Together”
- Episode 2 – “The Nuts That Love Each Other”
- Episode 3 – “The People We Loved Loved Us!”
- Episode 4 – “Like Professors in a Laboratory”
- Episode 5 – “Couldn’t You Play It Right?”
- Episode 6 – “The Long and Winding Road”
The three-hour TV broadcast featured musicianship, songwriting, ingenuity, influences and personal relationships from McCartney’s life and career.
Die-hard Beatles fans and fans of the technical side of music will be captivated by the level of detail in which McCartney’s work is dissected in this series.
Who is Rick Rubin?
Rubin is a legend in his own right. He performs as a producer for numerous artists and has won nine Grammy Awards for himself.
He has worked in the industry since the 1980s and has worked with the likes of Run-DMC, Beastie Boys, Tom Petty, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Mick Jagger, Johnny Cash, Kanye West, Jay-Z, Adele and many more.
He produced Jay-Z’s song “99 Problems”, “Not Ready to Make Nice” by the Dixie Chicks and Adele’s album 21.