A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
It's a personal reflection about the highs and lows of 25 years navigating the music business. Creativity, addiction, and family are themes.
Positive Role Models
Robbie Williams offers an honest discussion about how troubled he was throughout his career, and how he's healed over time. He's shown being a responsible and affectionate father.
The cast is overwhelmingly white, but are both from the U.S. and the U.K.
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Violence & Scariness
Discussions are had about arguments that took place.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
There's innuendo as it relates to past relationships. Robbie Williams is often shown without his shirt, in his underwear, and at times with his buttocks partially exposed.
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There is an endless amount of cursing, including "s--t" and "f--k."
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Products & Purchases
A Macbook is prominently visible. Robbie Williams' albums and songs are featured. Logos like Adidas are sometimes randomly visible on clothing, and magazines like Rolling Stone are sometimes shown.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Drinking and constant cigarette smoking is visible. Alcoholism and drug addiction (cocaine, MDMA, steroids, etc.) is discussed, as is the journey towards sobriety. Prescription medications are shown being injected.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Robbie Williams is a docuseries about the English singer. He shares his insights about his successful, but rocky, singing career. There's lots of archival footage, much of which shows the singer under the influence of drugs and alcohol. Smoking is also shown. On occasion relationships are discussed and bare buttocks are shown, too. Cursing is frequent, including "s--t" and "f--k." It also offers some honest coversations about troubles and overcoming them. A Macbook is prominently visible throughout the series, covers for magazine like Rolling Stone and Robbie Williams' albums are also featured.
Is It Any Good?
This earnest docuseries presents Williams sharing his honest thoughts about who he was during the last 25 years, and who he is today. A big part of the overall conversation is about Robbie Williams' struggle with addiction, thanks, in part, to starting in the business as a young teenager with limited guidance or mentorship. He also talks about the insecurities he's felt over the years as a legitimate performer. Throughout it all, he highlights his sobriety, his family, and his love for music and performance. Williams' overall expression of vulnerability feels honest, which makes Robbie Williams compelling. No doubt that fans will find it worth the watch.
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