Daisy Jones and The Six, the limited drama series about the rise and fall of a fictional 70s rock group, premieres on March 3. Loosely inspired by the story of Fleetwood Mac, the series follows Daisy Jones (Riley Keough) and Billy Dunne (Sam Claflin) as the band becomes famous and eventually split, after playing the biggest show of their musical careers. The series is presented in a documentary-style decades after the band’s split, as former band members reveal the truth behind their fallout.

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Fans of the show can also look forward to the release of the album Aurora, which pulls together original music featured in the best-selling book of the same name. With contributions from Marcus Mumford, Phoebe Bridgers, and Jackson Browne, the series will have 11 songs written exclusively for the show and recorded by the cast. You can listen to Look At Us Now (Honeycomb) and ‘Regret Me a duet between lead singers Daisy Jones and Billy Dunne now. The original music will be released by Atlantic Records during the rollout of the series.

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The show was created by Michael H. Weber (The Disaster Artist) and co-showrunner, Scott Neustadter (Rosaline) and stars Camila Morrone (Valley Girl), Will Harrison, Suki Waterhouse (Misbehaviour), Josh Whitehouse (Poldark), Sebastian Chacon (Emergency), Nabiyah Be (Black Panther), Tom Wright (Barbershop) and Timothy Olyphant (Justified).

Tune in on March 3 for the premiere, and then every Friday for new episodes until March 24.

How to watch Daisy Jones and The Six on Prime Video

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Daisy Jones and The Six will be available on Prime Video starting March 3. Prime Video is included with your Prime membership. It costs £8.99 per month and £95 per year. Prime members can watch Daisy Jones and The Six for free, as well as thousands of other shows and movies.

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What else can you watch on Prime Video?

Dive into more excellent musical dramas on Prime Video like Respect, Everybody’s Talking About Jaime, LA LA Land, Elvis, Rocketman, and Bohemian Rhapsody.