Watch the New Trailer for Hulu's Paul McCartney Docuseries with Rick Rubin

"We were writing songs that were memorable because we had to remember them!"
Watch the New Trailer for Hulu's Paul McCartney Docuseries with Rick Rubin
A new trailer for the upcoming six-part documentary about the life of rock legend Paul McCartney is here. McCartney 3,2,1 premieres July 16 on Hulu and will be available to stream in Canada on Disney+.

As previously reported, the series is poised to be an intimate sit-down with the icon. Shot in black-and-white, legendary record producer Rick Rubin hosts and interviews McCartney about his 50-plus years in culture-defining music.

Following our first look late last year, the new trailer promises previously unheard Beatles tracks, unforgettable memories and untold stories. From the musician's early days working with George Harrison, Ringo Starr and John Lennon — back when he was just "that bloke John" — to releasing his 18th solo album McCartney III in December 2020, McCartney 3,2,1 will walk us down memory lane and maybe through "Strawberry Fields."

In this treasure-trove for every Beatles fan, McCartney reflects on milestone moments with the band on their meteoric rise. He and Rubin discuss their songwriting process ("We were writing songs that were memorable because we had to remember them!"), having demos stolen at knife-point and even fighting over who was going to be stuck playing the bass. Evidently, McCartney took that L with grace.

Check out the trailer for McCartney 3,2,1 below.