Justin Bieber will have not one night, but two, on NBC next week.
Coinciding with the release of his anticipated album "Believe," NBC has extended "Justin Bieber: All Around The World" to Thursday, June 21.
"The worldwide hysteria surrounding Justin’s album launch is unlike anything we’ve seen, and we’re thrilled to share it with our audience over two nights," said Doug Vaughan, SVP of Special Programs and Late Night for NBC. “With added stops in Italy and Mexico, we'll have even more unprecedented access to Justin as our cameras film not only his performances, but his every move on this global tour.”
NBC will present the network special “Justin Bieber: All Around the World” Wednesday, June 20th from 8-9pm ET, concluding on Thursday, June 21st from 8-9 pm ET.
Combining documentary and music performances, the superstar’s first-ever network special goes behind the scenes of his tour around the globe as he showcases his new album “Believe,” including #1 single “Boyfriend.” It’s a grueling itinerary of nine cities in seven countries over 12 days, traveling over 16,000 miles and greeting over 500,000 fans. After several impromptu concerts, album release parties, fan meet & greets and international TV appearances, Bieber will return to the U.S. for a special New York City performance. And for the first time, viewers can see what life is like through the eyes of Justin Bieber with the “Justin-cam.”