Bros twins bag new TV night

Bros twins Matt and Luke Goss are to curate their own evening of BBC programming following the success of their rockumentary film.
Bros: After the Screaming Stops, a film documenting the 1980s group’s return to the spotlight with a 2017 reunion tour, was a surprise 2018 TV hit in the U.K., with many viewers finding Matt’s bizarre homespun wisdom hilarious.
The success of the movie has prompted BBC Four chiefs to offer Matt and Luke their own TV night, A Night In With Bros, which will feature them introducing nostalgic clips and programmes from the BBC archive, interviewing guests, and new footage detailing their reunion and troubled relationship.
Matt says in a press release: “Throughout our long careers, we have been inspired by so many musical influences, and we’re so excited to take a walk down memory lane and share some of our most favourite moments that have led us to this point. There are going to be quite a few surprises and we can’t wait to share this special evening on BBC Four with our fans.”
Bros, which originally consisted of the siblings and their friend Craig Logan, who did not join the reunion, were one of the hottest acts of the late 1980s, but the band fell apart in 1992 after Matt, the lead singer, decided to go solo.
However, Bros: After the Screaming Stops rekindled interest in the band and they are set to tour the U.K. and Ireland this year (19).
Luke says it is “an honour” to be chosen for their own BBC Four night, a showcase previously offered to Keith Richards and Duran Duran.
A Night In With Bros will air next month (Jul19) and will also feature another showing of their cult rockumentary.