Pop diva Beyonce is returning to television. HBO has announced that it will air segments of Beyonce's concert dubbed "Beyonce: X10," ahead of grand finale of vampire television series "True Blood." The segments will be aired every Sunday at 8:55 p.m. ET starting June 29. HBO series will consist of 10-episode that will showcase Queen Bey's weekly concert performances, each four-minutes long, from her recent Mrs. Carter world tour.
HBO is expected to earn good viewer ratings by showing Beyonce's footage from her Mrs. Carter tour which ran from April 2013 to March 2014.
HBO witnessed great response from viewers when it aired the Beyonce's previous documentary "Life Is but a Dream" in 2013. According to the television channel, the Beyonce documentary was the most viewed music special on the channel since 2003. Beyonce-directed "Life Is but a Dream" drew 1.8 million viewers on its premier night and witnessed a total of 8.9 million viewers, time.com reports.
In the latest documentary "Beyonce: X10," the channel will release a four minute footage of Beyonce is performing on various songs including "Blow/Cherry," "Drunk in Love," "Ghost/Haunted," "Flawless/Yoncé," "Get Me Bodied/Baby Boy/Diva," "Girls," "Heaven," "Partition," "Why Don't You Love Me?" and "XO."
Beyonce is on her career's high currently with the release of her self-titled fifth album "Beyonce" doing extremely well by selling more than 2 million units since its release. The multi-millionaire megastar is currently preparing for her next tour "On The Run" with husband Jay Z. According to various sources, the tickets to the concerts are not doing very well in sales due to Beyonce and Jay Z getting embroiled in various controversies.
Beyonce's sister Solange was caught on a video hitting Jay Z in the face in a ferocious manner while returning from the recent MET Gala Awards. Queen Bey stood there doing nothing to defend Jay Z from being hit by her sister thus sparking speculations that all is not well between the couple. Read more about it here.