Cable network will air weekly four-minute performances from the Mrs. Carter Show World Tour beginning this month.
Beyoncé is headed back to HBO, and she's extending her stay for the next two-and-a-half months.
The cable network has announced that it will air Beyoncé: X10, a 10-week series of the superstar's performances from the Mrs. Carter Show World Tour, beginning this Sunday (June 22), according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Live performances of 10 Bey songs, including "Drunk in Love," "Flawless/Yoncé," "XO" and "Partition," are set to air in four-minute intervals before each new episode of True Blood, the popular vampire drama, which begins its final season also this Sunday.
Bey's performances were recorded from different stops along the Houston-born singer's yearlong worldwide tour. The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour earned her more than $100 million and became the most successful jaunt of the year for a female solo artist, grossing close to $230 million.
HBO and Mrs. Carter previously teamed for Life Is but a Dream, an autobiographical documentary that premiered in February of last year. The 32-year-old co-produced, co-directed and narrated the behind-the-scenes look at her life, which debuted to a record-breaking 1.8 million viewers.
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