If, like us, you can’t get enough of cult classic The Blues Brothers, then you’ll be jazzed to know that a docuseries on the dynamic blues duo is in the works.

Officially sanctioned by Elwood Blues himself, Dan Aykroyd, and the wife (Judy) and son of the late John Belushi (aka Jake Blues), according to THR the series is set to go beyond the 1980 movie, looking at the act’s Saturday Night Live roots, music releases and more.

Said Aykroyd of the project: “Last year, The Blues Brothers film was selected by The Library of Congress to the National Film Registry, and being in this most worthwhile cultural preservation initiative made us realise there remains more to this story. Judy and I are pleased to collaborate with Utopia Originals to produce the only authorised, optimised, socio-forensic examination of The Blues Brothers and the world that created and embraces them.”

We’re promised previously unseen footage, interviews with surviving actors, a look at the overall picture of rhythm and blues music and more.

“Much will be revealed that even I, as one of the originators, might not have been aware of,” says Aykroyd. “In the end, it will be all about the artists and their music.”

No release date has been mentioned at this time.

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