The Victoria’s Secret Angels are heading to Hulu. The Disney-owned streamer has ordered The Rise and Fall of Victoria’s Secret, a three-part docuseries concerning the model’s inside workings. Former Vanity Fair journalist Matt Tyrnauer will direct and government produce the collection, which is presently in manufacturing and is predicted to hit Hulu in 2022.
According to Variety, The Rise and Fall of Victoria’s Secret will take “viewers behind the scenes via first-hand accounts and investigative analysis to reveal the inside workings of one of many nation’s largest manufacturers and cultural establishments.”
Matt Tyrnauer (Studio 54, The Reagans) will direct all three episodes of The Rise and Fall of Victoria’s Secret. He can even government produce with Corey Reeser below their Altimeter Films banner. Peter Berg, Matt Goldberg, and Brandon Carroll of Film 45 can even government produce alongside Elizabeth Rogers.
Originally based in 1977, Victoria’s Secret quickly expanded all through the Eighties. By the early Nineteen Nineties, the corporate turned the most important lingerie retailer within the United States, and over the following 20 years, it expanded into clothes and sweetness and broadened its enchantment with the younger-skewing PINK line. During that point, the model’s Angels — a gaggle that included Alessandra Ambrosio, Gisele Bündchen, Tyra Banks, and Adriana Lima, amongst different fashions — turned family names thanks to the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, an annual occasion that aired from 1995 to 2018.
In latest years, Victoria’s Secret’s gross sales declined, and in May 2020, dad or mum firm L Brands introduced plans to close 250 stores, with extra closures to are available in 2021 and 2022. In January 2021, shareholders additionally accused L Brands founder Les Wexner of making a hostile work atmosphere in a grievance filed with a Delaware courtroom. According to The New York Times, staff have accused Wexner and former Chief Marketing Officer Ed Razek of presiding “over an entrenched tradition of misogyny, bullying, and harassment.” Shortly after the NYT report broke, Wexner transitioned from the position of CEO to chairman emeritus of L Brands.