The upcoming documentary aims to provide fans with an intimate, behind-the-scenes glimpse into Judd’s difficult journey as she attempts to move forward following the heartbreaking loss of her mother Naomi Judd last year. Viewers will be able to see Wynonna embarking on piecing her life back together, rebuilding her life’s work, and setting out on a cross-country tour to honor The Judds’ legacy. Throughout her travels, country music icons will make an appearance, such as Ashley McBryde, Brandi Carlile, Faith Hill, Kelsea Ballerini, Little Big Town, Martina McBride, and Trisha Yearwood.
“It’s real, and it’s raw,” Wynonna said in a statement. “It’s celebration and sadness. It’s all of the people who I leaned on during one of the toughest seasons of my life. I wanted the opportunity to tell my story in my voice. If doing so helps one person out there choose life, then I am grateful.”
Following the premiere of the documentary,CMT will air a two-hour concert special ‘The Judds: Love Is Alive – The Final Concert’ on Saturday, April 29. The special is set to air just one day prior to the one year anniversary of Naomi Judd’s death.
“The Judds will forever be one of country music’s most iconic and storied duos,” said Sandbox Productions CEO Jason Owen, who produced both the concert special and documentary. “Their original 1991 farewell concert was entertainment at its finest and being able to recreate that concert with Wynonna and so many talented artists is something I will cherish forever.”