If you’re a Latinx Millennial it’s highly likely that you recall the hype that was RBD Mania. The Mexican pop group inspired by the telenovela “Rebelde” reached astronomical fame in the mid-2000s, topping charts with their six albums and three world tours before their disbandment in 2008.
While there have been plenty of fans rallying behind a reunion, this piece of news that we’re receiving 10 years later will absolutely hold us over until we get there — producer Pedro Damián is creating a documentary of the group’s rise and fall.
According to MTV Latin America, the documentary is being comprised from over 200 hours of exclusive footage, including confessionals, videos that were taken backstage, interviews with fans, and everything. While there hasn’t been word from the former members of the group, comprised of Alfonso Herrera, Anahí Puente Portilla, Christopher von Uckermann, Dulce María, Maite Perroni, and Christian Chavez, we’d definitely be down to see them reunite, even if it’s just for the doc’s premiere.
There’s no release date set for the documentary, but we’re looking forward to see what develops from here. For now, you can check out the video down below.