HBO and Beyoncé to partner up again for 10-week concert series

By Kabraun Dixon,
The series will include songs from 'Beyoncé'

More than a year has passed since HBO released Beyoncé’s Life is But A Dream documentary that won the performer an Emmy Award. Now, Beyoncé is ready to link back up with the popular TV network for something more music-related, a 10-week concert series.

The Hollywood Reporter reported that HBO will air four-minute concert clips from the “Partition” singer’s Mrs. Carter World Tour.

Beyoncé seems to be using this as a tool to push her new self-titled album that she released in late December. TVLine released the selected performances that will air and 9 out of 13 are from Beyoncé including “Drunk In Love,” “Heaven,” “Partition,” “Blow/Cherry,” “Ghost/Haunted,” “Flawless/Yoncé,” and “XO.” The other performances that HBO will broadcast during the series are “Why Don’t You Love Me?," “Get Me Bodied/Baby Boy/Diva,” and “Girls.”

The series will air Sundays at 8:55/7:55c, which will lead into new episodes of True Blood right after. As previously reported, Beyoncé is fresh off a Destiny’s Child reunion thanks to her appearance in Michelle Williams' new music video “Say Yes” along with Kelly Rowland. Later this month Beyoncé and husband Jay-Z will embark on their joint On The Run Tour.

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