The upcoming American television miniseries ‘Daisy Jones & The Six’ is adapted from the same named book by Taylor Jenkins Reid. The plot of the series revolves around the titular rock band of the 1970s and its journey through the LA music scene to become one of the most legendary bands in the world and the reason why the members split during the band’s heyday.
The series is made in a documentary style and casts Riley Keough in the role of the titular Daisy Jones in the upcoming series. Other cast members include Sam Claflin, Camila Morrone, Suki Waterhouse, Nabiyah Be, Will Harrison, Josh Whitehouse, Sebastian Chacon, Tom Wright, etc. The series is scheduled to be released on March 3, 2023, on Amazon Prime Video.
Following is the list of a number of other television series that you must watch if you are waiting for ‘Daisy Jones & The Six’.
Top 10 Television Series Like ‘Daisy Jones & The Six’:
Pistol – Number of Seasons: 1
Craig Pearce created this British biographical miniseries about the rise to prominence and notoriety of the English pink rock bank S*x Pistols and its guitarist Steve Jones. British-born Australian actor Toby Wallace portrayed Jones in the series. It was released on May 31, 2022, on Hulu.
Julie and the Phantoms – Number of Seasons: 1
This musical comedy-drama series is based on ‘Julie e os Fantasmas’, a Brazilian musical comedy series. The plot revolves around a teenager named Julie who helps three ghostly guys calling themselves “Phantoms” to become the band they aspired to but were never able to be and while doing that finds her own passion for not only music but life too.
American actress and singer Madison Reyes played Julie in the series. It was released on September 10, 2020, on Netflix.
We Are Lady Parts – Number of Seasons: 1
Nida Manzoor created, wrote, and directed the British tv sitcom which is about an all-female Muslim punk band, the members of which seek success in the United Kingdom while taking inspiration from the rich and diverse culture of London and also navigating relationships, friendships, and cultural difference in the meantime. The series premiered on May 20, 2021.
Flight of the Conchords – Number of Seasons: 2
This musical sitcom is based on the same named New Zealand musical comedy duo of Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement who are multi-instrumentalists.
The story follows their journey of seeking success and fame in New York City. Real-life duo McKenzie and Clement played themselves in the series. It ran from June 17, 2007, to March 22, 2009, on HBO.
The Partridge Family – Number of Seasons: 4
Bernard Slade created this musical sitcom that is about a widowed mother and her five kids forming a band and making a hit record. After that, they begin to travel all over the country by a groovy school bus. After their show is over, they return to their cozy suburban life which is in stark contrast with their life on the road.
The series deals with adults being hapless, kids scheming, feel-good music, and heartthrob teens. It is loosely based on the late 1960s and early 1970s popular band of a real-life musical family the Cowsills. Academy Award winner Shirley Jones portrayed the mother Shirley Patridge in the series. It ran from September 25, 1970, to March 23, 1974, on ABC.
Roadies – Number of Seasons: 1
American journalist, author, lyricist, director, actor, and playwright Cameron Crowe created this comedy-drama series about a number of largely underappreciated members of a concert. The series ran from June 26 to August 28 of 2016 on Showtime.
Jonas – Number of Seasons: 2
This Disney Channel Original Series is about the popular American pop-rock band Jonas Brothers. It features the three brothers in their teens as they go through the popularity of their music band and try to deal with stardom while navigating different phases of life and the quest for real identity.
The original Jonas brothers Joe, Kevin, and Nick portrayed themselves in the series. It ran from May 2, 2009, to October 3, 2010, on Disney Channel.
The Naked Brothers Band – Number of Seasons: 3
Polly Draper created this American musical comedy series which is a mockumentary and chronicles the daily lives of Draper’s sons who in New York City lead a renowned children’s rock band. The series ran from February 3, 2007, to June 13, 2009, on Nickelodeon.
The Beatles: Get Back – Number of Seasons: 1
Peter Jackson directed this documentary series that is about the legendary English rock band the Beatles’ making of the 1970 album “Let It Be”. The series ran from November 25 to November 27 of 2021 on Disney+.
The Monkees – Number of Seasons: 2
This American tv sitcom is about the same named real-life American rock and pop band and follows the journey of the four members trying to gain prominence as a rock ‘n roll band. The series won two Emmy Awards and ran from September 12, 1966, to March 25, 1968, on NBC.