Helmed by Joshua Rofe, the documentary will be reportedly narrating the untold and shocking incidents of the prolific landscape artist’s life
The most-awaited documentary on the late artist and host of PBS instructional show The Joy of Painting is all set for its OTT release after 26 years of his death. The documentary titled as Bob Ross: Happy Accidents, Betrayal & Greed, will be streamed on Netflix from August 25.
Helmed by Joshua Rofe, the documentary will be reportedly narrating the untold and shocking incidents of the prolific landscape artist’s life including his legal battles and the betrayal by his trusted ones. The star painter is admired for his gentle and kind-hearted personality. The Netflix documentary will also cover the dispute between his son, friends and business partners that erupted after he died of cancer at the age of 52.
Even though many details are not revealed by the makers, the promising title and the disturbing trailer have excited the audience and his fans. The 35-second trailer leaves everyone curious as it only showcases a grayscale photo of Ross with a creepy background music. The video fades away with the background voice of Steve Ross (Bob’s son), saying “I’ve been waiting to get this story out for all these years…”
“We want to show you the trailer for Bob Ross: Happy Accidents, Betrayal & Greed, but we can’t. Find out why on August 25”, reads the official statement of the streaming giant on the video. This has added more surprises for the audiences and everyone cannot wait for it to release.
The film is expected to be a credible portrayal of the legendary artist’s life with insights into some troubling incidents about his death and its aftermath.