A New Trailer for Nat Geo’s Gustavo Cerati Documentary Is Here

Lead Photo: Art by Alan Lopez for Remezcla
Art by Alan Lopez for Remezcla
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We were already hype for Nat Geo Latin America’s upcoming BIOS series, which will feature a two-hour episode dedicated to Gustavo Cerati. The documentary promises an intimate look at the Latin American rock icon via home videos provided by the family of the late singer, as well as unreleased music from the Soda Stereo frontman. Now we get to see a bit more of what to expect in the episode.

In a newly released trailer, we briefly get to see Cerati filmed by his son Benito, then the camera switches hands so Gustavo films his kid with a toy guitar. A previous teaser showed Cerati singing to his son on his very first birthday, so it’s fair to say that we will get to see a lot of intimate family moments.

A second trailer was released as well, this one previewing the entire BIOS series. Here, we get more unreleased footage of Cerati visiting the Teotihuacan pyramids in Mexico as well as other snippets. There’s also a glimpse into the other subjects of BIOS, like Charly García and El Tri’s Alex Lora. Clips of Julieta Venegas and Javiera Mena appear in between the footage of the three singers. According to several reports, Venegas was tapped to host the episode on Charly García, while Chilean pop singer Javiera Mena will host the Cerati one, conducting interviews with his son and niece.

With these trailers, Nat Geo also shares a release date for the Cerati episode: Sunday, November 25. The wait is almost over.