Becoming release date, synopsis, cast, trailer, and more

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Becoming is coming to Disney Plus!

This highly-anticipated docuseries has been in the works for longer than you might think. In 2014, the initial pilot told the story of how NBA star LeBron James came to find himself at the top of his game, what it took to get there, and how he’s managed to stay grounded throughout all of his success.

Flash forward to September of 2020, and the premise for this series picks up where the last one left off. This time around, however, countless other celebs will be do the talking, sharing their dream journeys step by step, and inviting the world to take a more personal glimpse into their lives for the very first time.

Here’s what we know about Becoming so far.

Becoming release date 

Get ready! All 10 episodes will be streamable on September 18 on Disney Plus.

Becoming synopsis

As Disney Plus promises of the docuseries, “Finding themselves became the real success story,” and you won’t want to miss a single moment of it.

From Executive Producer LeBron James, this series explores the wide (and sometimes wild) paths taken by top celebrities in the entertainment world on their way to stardom. Inspiring and informative, each episode focuses on a star’s unique success story, taking us all the way back to the beginning (including their hometowns), and sharing some of the lessons that shaped them along the way.

Becoming cast 

The first episodes will follow Anthony Davis, Nick Cannon, Ashley Tisdale, Caleb McLaughlin, Candance Parker, Adam DeVine, Colbie Caillat, Julianne Hough, Rob Gronkowski, and Nick Kroll.

“A supporting cast of family members, coaches, teachers, mentors, and friends will also be interviewed, sharing anecdotes and insight into the star’s ‘becoming’ story,” reports Deadline.

Becoming trailer 

Ready to discover how some of today’s top entertainers turned lifelong dreams into reality? Watch the trailer below to start your binge journey!

Don’t miss this awesome new series on Disney Plus.

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