A landmark series from 72 Films, the makers of The Rise Of The Murdoch Dynasty and The Trump Show, for BBC Two and BBC iPlayer, The Elon Musk Show (w/t) promises to get to the heart of who Elon Musk really is.
The Elon Musk show
To understand Musk’s life story, 72 Films have interviewed the people that know him best. Family members, close friends and business associates tell the intimate story of Elon Musk’s incredible journey to become the world’s richest man.
Using extensive and unseen archive from his time in Silicon Valley the series analyses the key moments in Elon’s career, from his first tech start-ups through to Tesla, Space X, and most recently Twitter.
Simon Young, BBC Commissioning Editor, said: “Elon Musk is one of the most enigmatic and intriguing people in the world. Exploring his roots and the way he has revolutionised fields as diverse as space exploration, the internet and green tech will shed new light on how we got to now.”
Directors Marian Mohamed and Jeremy Llewellyn Jones said: “There is no getting away from Elon Musk. It’s always exciting to be documenting the biggest stories of the day.
“Our series will go inside Elon’s inner circle, examining the billionaire’s incredible rise and the truth behind this modern icon.”
The Elon Musk Show will consist of three 60x minute episodes and is made by 72 Films for BBC Two and BBC iPlayer.
It was commissioned by Clare Sillery, Head of Commissioning, Documentaries, History and Religion.
The Executive Producers are David Glover, Mark Raphael and Christopher Sykes, the Directors are Marian Mohamed and Jeremy Llewellyn Jones and the Commissioning Editor is Simon Young. It is due to be shown later this year.