‘Real And Raw’ Wynonna Judd Documentary To Showcase The Next Phase Of The Country Music Icon’s Life And Career

“I wanted the opportunity to tell my story in my voice,” she explained.


Lauren Jo Black

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April 18, 2023

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Wynonna Judd is giving fans an inside look into her life and career with WYNONNA JUDD: BETWEEN HELL AND HALLELUJAH, coming soon to Paramount+.  

The feature-length documentary will follow the country music icon as she navigates the next phase of her life and career following the 2022 death of her mother, Naomi Judd. 

“It’s real and it’s raw, it’s celebration and sadness,” Wynonna shared in a statement. ”It is all of the people who I leaned on during one of the toughest seasons of my life. I wanted the opportunity to tell my story in my voice. If doing so helps one person out there choose life, then I am grateful.”

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WYNONNA JUDD: BETWEEN HELL AND HALLELUJAH will showcase Wynonna’s decision to honor her mother’s legacy on The Judds: The Final Tour as well as on-stage moments and behind-the-scenes moments from the nationwide tour. 

The film also includes moving and intimate footage of Wynonna spending quiet, reflective time on the farm with her beloved family and animals, as she continues to process her grief. 

Special Guest Appearances

Ashley McBryde, Brandi Carlile, Faith Hill, Little Big Town, Kelsea Ballerini, Martina McBride and Trisha Yearwood will also make appearances in the documentary, sharing personal memories they shared with Wynonna.

The documentary will exclusively premiere via Paramount+ on April 26 and will later air internationally in Canada, the U.K., Australia, Latin America, Brazil, Italy, France, Germany, Switzerland and Austria on Wednesday, July 19.

WYNONNA JUDD: BETWEEN HELL AND HALLELUJAH is produced by MTV Entertainment Studios and Hello Sunshine, in partnership with Sandbox Production. Reese Witherspoon and Sara Rea (Hello Sunshine), Wynonna Judd and Cactus Moser, Jason Owen (Sandbox Productions) and Bruce Gillmer, Margaret Comeaux and Leslie Fram (MTV Entertainment Studio) are executive producers along with Patty Ivins Specht who also serves as director.

The Judds Concert Special To Follow

Following the premiere of WYNONNA JUDD: BETWEEN HELL AND HALLELUJAH, CMT will air THE JUDDS: LOVE IS ALIVE – THE FINAL CONCERT on Saturday, April 29 at 8:00 PM, ET/PT. The concert special will air just one day prior to the one-year anniversary of Naomi Judd’s death.

The two-hour concert special follows Wynonna’s history-making homecoming return to the Murphy Center at Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU), recreating The Judds’ 1991 farewell tour for a special televised event featuring Wynonna’s tourmates Ashley McBryde, Brandi Carlile, Kelsea Ballerini, Little Big Town and Martina McBride, all sharing the same bill for the first time ever.  

Wynonna Judd; Photo Provided
Wynonna Judd; Photo Provided

“The Judds will forever be one of country music’s most iconic and storied duos. Their original 1991 farewell concert was entertainment at its finest and being able to recreate that concert with Wynonna and so many talented artists is something I will cherish forever,” said Sandbox Productions CEO Jason Owen, who produced both the concert special and documentary. 

Owen continued, “Watching Wynonna fully embrace this tour to honor The Judds’ legacy was beyond inspiring, and I can’t wait for others to witness her strength in BETWEEN HELL AND HALLELUJAH.”

“Hello Sunshine is so honored that Wynonna trusted us, and our cameras, to join her on this tour and during this time. We hope that Wynonna’s strength and vulnerability help others experiencing grief. We also hope that her humor, her heart and her powerful voice inspire viewers as much as they did us. This is a very special story,” said Sara Rea, head of unscripted for Hello Sunshine. 

For CMT PRESENTS THE JUDDS: LOVE IS ALIVE – THE FINAL CONCERT, Margaret Comeaux (CMT), Patrizia DiMaria (LadyPants Productions) and Jason Owen (Sandbox Productions) are executive producers.

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