Grammys To Unveil Whitney Houston ‘Death In The Family’ Documentary

Have you ever wondered what went on behind the scenes at this year’s Grammy Awards following the untimely passing of Whitney Houston?

A new behind the scenes documentary has been produced to show just how the Recording Academy, producers and others dealt with the tragedy and pressed forward with “Music’s Biggest Night” in February.

According to MTV, the film will premiere June 11 at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences North Hollywood with plans to release footage via Screenings of the documentary may also take place at the Grammy Museum.

Titled “A Death in the Family: The Show Must Go On,” the documentary is 26-minutes in length and is the first film to go behind the celebrated telecast.

Interviews with Jennifer Hudson, Grammy host LL Cool J, and Bruce Springstein are also featured in “A Death In The Family.”

Houston died, at the age of 48, just hours before the Grammy Awards in February.