Bobby Brown Teams With A&E for Two-Part Documentary Special and New Reality Series

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Bobby Brown is telling his story.

The R&B singer has teamed with A&E for a two-part, in-depth documentary special, Biography: Bobby Brown, which explores Brown's roller-coaster career and personal life, the network announced Wednesday. The two-night special airs Monday, May 30 and Tuesday, May 31 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on A&E.

Featuring an exclusive interview with Brown, Biography: Bobby Brown charts the GRAMMY winner's rise to stardom and the fallout from his personal struggles with sobriety and the deaths of his two children, Bobby Jr. and Bobbi Kristina, and first wife, Whitney Houston. A&E says the special will includes Brown's first visits to the gravesite of Houston and Bobbi Kristina, and "holds a deeply moving tribute in honor of Bobby Jr."

Others interviewed for the doc include Usher, Jermaine Dupri, Keith Sweat, Babyface, Brown's New Edition groupmates Ricky Bell, Michael Bivins, Ronnie DeVoe and Johnny Gill, and close family and friends.

Additionally, Brown will take cameras along the journey in a new 12-episode docuseries, Bobby Brown: Every Little Step, which offers an inside look at his life with wife Alicia Etheredge-Brown and their children as he sets his sights on new business opportunities, new music and the reunion tour with New Edition via The Culture Tour.

The series launches immediately after Night 2 of Biography: Bobby Brown, at 10 p.m. ET/PT. New episodes air Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT beginning June 7. It will feature Brown, Etheredge-Brown and their family, La'Princia, Landon, Cassius, Hendrix and Bodhi.

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