Keanu Reeves’ Formula 1 docuseries and more lead Disney+’s unscripted slate in the UK

Disney+ has unveiled a new slate of unscripted UK Originals with highly anticipated titles like the Wagatha Christie documentary with Coleen RooneyKeanu Reeves’ Brawn: The One Pound Formula One Team, Asif Kapadia’s CamdenRaw and Vogue’s In vogue: the 1990sand Shine TVs Find Michaelas The Hollywood Reporter revealed.

Admittedly, the new slate is quite impressive with its diverse content. Nevertheless, the most anticipated feature on the list is Wagatha Christie (working title) which presents a case for one of the biggest tabloid news stories in Britain in the past decade. Told from the perspective of Coleen Rooney, wife of a football star wayne rooney, the documentary will explore how she took it upon herself to investigate who was leaking stories about her to the press. He will also cover the libel suit brought against Rooney by Rebecca Vardy, the wife of another football star. The documentary will feature interviews with Coleen, her family, friends and more.


Reeves is just as expected Brawn: The One Pound Formula One Teamanother working title, about the Brawn GP team that miraculously won the world championship in 2009. Reeves will narrate and interview Jensen Button and Ross Brawn and others who were part of the underdog team that was bought for just £1. Praising streamer and producing partners North One for bringing this tale to life, Reeves said: “I am honored to be part of telling the incredible story of Brawn GP and their remarkable F1 championship season in 2009 with those who experienced it in this four-part documentary series.

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In vogue: the 1990s will explore how the era was a “historic era for fashion, music and film”. “It was the period when fashion entered the mainstream – when it became inescapable, culturally relevant and full of iconoclasm, expression and difference. Personalities were also larger than life,” said Anna Wintour, Editor-in-chief of Vogue. The documentary will feature important cultural figures such as designers, models and musicians, as well as Wintour, editor-in-chief of British Vogue. Edward Enninful and other key players from the 90s.

reality tv star Spencer Matthews set out to follow in his brother’s footsteps Michael Matthews the youngest Briton to climb Mount Everest at the age of 22. However, he disappeared shortly after reaching the top and his body was never found. Spencer will attempt to come to terms with the past and possibly locate his brother on this Himalayan expedition by Find Michael.

Finally, bringing the Oscars benefit to the content list is Kapadia Camden, which will explore the impact of a North London town on the history of music. The Oscar-winning director explained, “This series celebrates an ever-evolving music scene in a unique venue that has always been at the forefront of counterculture and has a musical heritage to be matched anywhere in the world.”

The announcement at the Edinburgh TV Festival comes after Disney+ pledged to create 60 local productions by 2024 to grow its global subscriber base. Reaffirm streamer intent Sean Doyledirector of unscripted content, EMEA, has revealed it is working with ‘elite creative partners’ to reflect ‘the UK’s status as an unscripted powerhouse and make Disney+ a destination for unscripted titles’ .

None of these titles have a release date on the streamer yet, but stay tuned to Collider for more updates.

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