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If you’re a Bon Jovi fan, it’s time to watch Thank you, Goodnight on Hulu.

Updated: May 1

The Husband and I spent part of the weekend watching Hulu's new docuseries on Bon Jovi.


I fell in love with Jon Bon Jovi sometime in the mid-1980s.


Like every girl in Southern California, I fell head-over-heels for that big smile and huge hair.

By 1988, my infatuation began to fizzle when I started dating The Husband. Turns out I preferred tall, short-haired blonde soccer players with no musical inclination.


But in 1989, when I was attending college in Los Angeles, we scooped up tickets to watch our favorite band play at, what was then, the L.A. Forum.


It was a night I will never forget. At the end of the performance Demi Moore, the late Sam Kinison and Little Richard hopped on stage and gave us an epic jam session to Wild Thing.


All these years later, The Husband and I still talk about that amazing night we spent watching Bon Jovi with our college roommates and friends.


So when Thank You, Goodnight finally premiered on Hulu Friday, we curled up in a fuzzy bean bag and watched.


If you’re a child of the 80s, this four-part docuseries is one you don’t want to miss.


It covers the group’s 40-year career – from their rise to stardom to now – and it gives fascinating insight into the inner workings of the band and their personal lives.


At 62, Jon Bon Jovi has a head full of gray hair, but has managed to hang on to those boyish good looks.

The series also sheds light on Jon’s struggle to overcome vocal problems and drama within the band.


If you’re a fan of this legendary rock band, Thank you, Goodnight is a must-watch.


Click here to watch the official trailer.



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