BTS Announces New YouTube Red Docuseries Titled 'Burn the Stage'
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Consisting eight episodes, the YouTube Red original series will feature the growth and hard work of the South Korean group throughout their career.

AceShowbiz - K-Pop phenomenon Bangtan Boys a.k.a. BTS is coming to YouTube Red. The seven-piece boyband will be having a new docuseries titled "BTS: Burn the Stage" which is set to arrive on the platform later this month.

Consisting of eight episodes, the YouTube Red original series will feature the growth and hard work of the South Korean group throughout their career. It will offer fans a closer look at BTS while they embarked on their 2017 world tour "BTS Live Trilogy Episode: The Wings Tour". The sold-out 300-date tour saw Leader RM a.k.a. Rap Monster, V, Jung Kook, Jimin, Suga, Jin and J-Hope went to 20 cities across Asia, South America and the United States.

"Burn the Stage" is described as "personal portrayal dedicated to each other and to their fans across the globe. It celebrates the triumph of their friendship as they overcome hardships together, and shows their growth and hard work as BTS continues on the path to grow into pioneering artists of worldwide renown."

The series will also show never-before-seen footage of one of BTS' memorable moments. They include their victory at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards as the winner of the Top Social Artist award and their stunning performance at the 2017 American Music Awards.

The first episode of "Burn the Stage" will air on Wednesday, March 28 AT 8 A.M. PT on BTS' YouTube channel, Bangtan TV. The first episode will be free to watch, but if fans want to watch the remainder episodes, they have to sign up for YouTube Red subscription. However, Korean and U.S. fans can get a free 2-month trial of the subscription between March 14 to April 14 by using a special code.

BTS recently celebrated another milestone as the "Mic Drop" singers won the Best Boy Band award and Best Fan Army award at the 2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards, which was held on Sunday, March 11.

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