Tim & Faith: Soul2Soul, a concert special from the country music power couple’s joint tour, will premiere on Showtime on Friday, Nov. 17 — and even if fans who saw the show live will want to tune in.
In addition to performances from the duo’s Soul2Soul tour from this past summer, viewers will get a peek into the on and off stage lives of Hill and McGraw as they open up in never before seen interviews and behind-the-scenes footage for the documentary.
An exclusive preview for PEOPLE shows McGraw reflecting, “There was a time when I drank too much, I did other things too much. And had it not been for her, it might have gone a different direction.”
There are also candid lighthearted moments, like the couple reminiscing about the first time they met, only to end with both their heads in their hands and Hill proclaiming, “This is gonna be horrible!”
The Soul2Soul The World Tour 2017, celebrating the 10th anniversary of the couple’s record-breaking Soul2Soul II tour in 2006 and 2007, kicked off its 80-date North American run in New Orleans in April 2017. And if the documentary isn’t enough to get your Hill and McGraw fix, you can catch them live — the singers announced they’re extending their tour into 2018 with over 25 additional dates.
Tickets for the general public go on sale Nov. 17, in conjunction with the documentary and the release of another project: their first joint album.
McGraw, 50, echoed the statement in his own tweet, writing, “Excited to announce our new album and new single … Thanx for being a part of our journey.”
Along with the announcements, the married singers shared a snippet of the sweet title track along with a new video. The clip showed the couple in romantic poses before cutting to the single’s cover art, which featured Hill and McGraw laying face-to-face.
RELATED VIDEO: Faith Hill On Returning To ACMs 20 Years After First Performance With Husband Tim McGraw
Although the project marks the couple’s first joint album, Hill and McGraw have made music together before.
Earlier this year, the stars wrote and performed “Keep Your Eyes on Me,” for the film The Shack.