Exclusive Take That Documentary to Premiere on ITV1. Pop sensations Take That have been dominating music news sources with their record-setting ticket sales for their 2011 reunion tour and their latest album, “Progress.” Estranged member Robbie Williams has not performed with the fellow group members Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, Jason Orange and Mark Owen since 1995. This year marks the first time all five members have reunited in fifteen years, and Take That tickets for the 2011 tour are currently the most sought-out tickets in the European music scene.
A limited number of Take That tickets have been released by primary ticket vendors, ahead of the band’s appearance on The X Factor this weekend. Take That will perform the following Progress Live shows in 2011:
Take That is premiering an exclusive look at their upcoming documentary, “Take That: Look Back, Don’t Stare.” The documentary is a “fly on the wall” look at the last twelve months in the band’s history. The program will be an inside look at how the historic reunion took place. The program provides an intimate look at the group’s struggles and triumphs down the road that led to Take That’s latest album and tour. The program will air on ITV1 in November before Take That’s first single, “The Flood,” releases on 14 November. The band’s much-anticipated new album will drop on 22 November.
John Kaye Cooper, ITV Controller of Entertainment, released the following statement: “We’re thrilled that our great relationship with Take That continues and they feel ITV will be able to give viewers and fans the first opportunity to see this amazingly frank and honest film about the last 12 months of Britain’s best loved band.”