Watch The Official Trailer For Tin Turner Doc ‘Tina’

She is The Queen Of Rock ‘N’ Roll and next month Tina, the ultimate celebration of all things Tina Turner. Tonight we get a look at the film’s Official Trailer following the life, career and legacy of the legendary singer.

The sky original film promises to look at the portrait of the legendary singer who to many is ‘simply the best’. Being a fan of a certain Scottish football team, we don’t like that ‘Simply the best song’ as it’s adopted by the our rival team’s fans as their anthem. Regardless of this we can’t deny the talent, the power, the energy, the career Tina has had.

Not every superstar got it easy and she had it tough professionally and personally, who overcome extreme adversity. The film is made by Award-winning directors Dan Lindsay and T.J. Martin (UNDEFEATED, LA 92), with the film made up of audio tapes, never-before-seen footage, archival footage, photos, and interviews. Interview with the great lady herself too…

TINA is the ultimate celebration of a global superstar and an intimate portrait of a woman who overcame extreme adversity to define her career, her identity and her legacy on her own terms.

From her early career as the queen of R&B to her record-breaking sell-out arena tours of the ’80s, Tina Turner draws back the curtain to invite us into her private world in a way she has never done before. Revealing her inner-most struggles, and sharing some of her most personal moments, TINA is the defining and inspirational record of one of the greatest survivors in modern music.

Directed by Academy Award-winning directors Dan Lindsay and T.J. Martin (UNDEFEATED, LA 92), and produced by Lightbox, the production company founded by Academy Award-winning producer Simon Chinn (MAN ON WIRE, SEARCHING FOR SUGAR MAN, WHITNEY) and Emmy Award-winning producer Jonathan Chinn (LA 92, WHITNEY), together with Emmy-nominated producer Diane Becker (THE FINAL YEAR, BELUSHI) TINA is the ultimate story of survival – and an inspirational story for our times.

Tina airs 28th March on Sky Documentaries and NOW TV and will be available via