National Women’s History Month

Adele: Homecoming

The eagerly anticipated wait is over, after 5 years since the release of her last album, Adele is back! Fans have applauded her return, by breaking the record for most viewed video in a single day, reaching an astounding 28.7 views in the first 24 hours. Her debut single “Hello” has blown everyone away, and her album will likely follow suit. Through her own words, video and live performance this documentary takes an incredible look at the life and times of this truly amazing young artist.

Adele: Homecoming

The eagerly anticipated wait is over, after 5 years since the release of her last album, Adele is back! Fans have applauded her return, by breaking the record for most viewed video in a single day, reaching an astounding 28.7 views in the first 24 hours. Her debut single “Hello” has blown everyone away, and her album will likely follow suit. Through her own words, video and live performance this documentary takes an incredible look at the life and times of this truly amazing young artist.

Ballerina

With intimate interviews, dance sequences, and archival material, this documentary follows Ella as she explores her identity and offers a glimpse into her life as an elite ballet dancer in the largest company in the southern hemisphere.

Banksy: And The Rise Of Outlaw Art

Banksy, the world's most infamous street artist, whose political art, criminal stunts, and daring invasions outraged the establishment and created a revolutionary new movement while his identity remained shrouded in mystery.

Blake Shelton: Country Voice

Blake Shelton is one of the highest charting country singers the world has ever seen. From small venues in his home town of Oklahoma to American stadiums everywhere with sell out tours, frequent chart topping albums and a plethora of awards along the way, follow Blake Shelton’s journey through country music and a career that has inspired millions of people all over the world.

CHER: Life in the Spotlight

Follow the journey through Cher's career, up to her most recent 2019 tour. Gain understanding about her difficult start, motivating her to work hard to become one of the most influential pop stars.

David Hockney - Time Reclaimed

He is a major figure in the pop art movement; one of the most popular and influential artists of his generation. The motifs and colors of his canvasses have been widely reproduced, and are now part of the 20th century art pantheon, changing the way we view the world.

Dolly Parton: Queen of Country

Dolly Parton is the most honored female country performer of all time. Her career began at an early age. She started as a child performer on the radio, then started recording at the age 13. She had a stream of hit singles in the 80’s, the most success being her 1981 hit ‘9 to 5’, and her duet with Kenny Rogers ‘Island in the Stream’. She is reigning queen of Country Music.

Elton John: Music Man

Sir Elton John is one of the most successful Musicians of the past century. His career spans over four decades resulting in him selling more than 300 million albums worldwide. In 2004, Rolling Stone ranked him number 49 on its list of 100 influential musicians of the rock and roll era. In 2008, Billboard ranked him the most successful male solo artist on The Billboard Hot 100 Top All-Time Artists. He’s the winner of six Grammys, five Brit Awards, an Academy Awards and a Golden Globe.

Freddie Mercury: The Ultimate Showman

It was the flare of eccentric visionary Freddie Mercury that lead the band Queen to conquer the world. Hear from close friends and colleagues that worked tirelessly to help push Freddie and Queen to become one of the most iconic rock bands in the history of music. Meet the man behind the voice and follow his journey from Zanzibar to international Super Stardom.

George Michael: Easy to Pretend

Few artists come close to the superstardom of George Michael. In the early eighties he conquered the world with the international popularity of Wham! He achieved hit after hit and when the time came for him to become a solo artist he didn’t hold back and his fame just kept growing. But this fame came at a price. His personal life became a target for the press and mounting pressure would lead George into a turbulent battle for his own reputation.

Jeff Koons: Beyond Heaven

This Ovation TV original special highlights the work of American artist Jeff Koons. Includes interviews, a look at his work through the years, an exclusive tour of his studio, and notes his most recent museum installation in Chicago, Illinois.

Leann Rimes: Her Story

Leann Rimes is one of the most talked about artists in the music industry. Starting from 8 years old she has blown audiences away with her powerful vocals, emotive lyrics and soulful ballads. However, Leann Rimes was victim to her own crimes, hitting the tabloids everywhere for her affair with TV star Eddie Cibrian, which not only affected her public image but also destroyed her American fan base. Despite the negativity, Rimes still continues to create music that comes from the heart.

Miranda Lambert: For the Record

Miranda Lambert has captured the hearts of fans all over the world. Her music has evolved over the years as she has embraced a variety of genres such as Rock and Roll, and soulful ballads. She has won over 50 awards including 2 Grammys and sold over an estimated 7 million albums within the United States. Follow her journey as we explore one of countries biggest stars, Miranda Lambert.

Mr. Prince

This Ovation TV original special features an intimate interview with legendary Broadway director Hal Prince.

My Years As Louis Armstrong

Louis Armstrong is Chantz's (a 12-year-old Afro-American) and his mother's preferred role-model - an emblem of Black success. So it's settled: Chantz is to be a musician, dancer and performer! He also happens to be exceptionally gifted.

Nina Simone: The Legend

In this intimist portrait of the artist, family and friends reveal her strengths and weaknesses. Musical excerpts abundantly illustrate her rich repertoire.

The Kaws Effect

The KAWS Effect’ profiles KAWS, one of the world’s leading contemporary artists, to uncover the impact the digital revolution has made on his art, fame and life. From teenage graffiti artist on the streets of New York, to creator of awe-inspiringly monumental sculptures, this film charts the rise to fame of the artist known only as KAWS. With a major exhibition currently pulling in the crowds at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, KAWS’s work is now in demand worldwide.