“History Made: Director’s Cut” – a two-part limited series that documents two 24-hour periods after the St. Louis Blues claimed their first Stanley Cup Championship last June – will premiere Sunday, March 29 at 6 p.m. on the Blues’ official YouTube channel.
The first episode – titled “The First 24” – will provide exclusive, never-before-seen footage after the national TV broadcasts wrapped up their coverage of the on-ice celebrations at TD Garden in Boston. Cameras take you inside the team’s locker room, on the bus to the airport, the team’s flight home and to O.B. Clark’s and the Anheuser Busch brewery as the team’s celebrations continued into the next day.
The second episode – titled “March Down Market” – will provide an insider’s view of the team’s historic parade down Market Street. It is estimated that as many as one million fans attended the event, which saw players step outside of their floats to interact with fans in an epic, unprecedented celebration.
“March Down Market” will premiere Sunday, April 5 at 6 p.m.
Fans should subscribe to the Blues’ YouTube channel to be reminded of each episode’s premiere date. In addition to being available on computers, phones and tablets, YouTube is also available on most smart TV platforms and Apple TV, Roku and Amazon Fire devices.
After each episode’s premiere, fans will be able to replay the episodes by visiting stlouisblues.com or selecting the Blues as their favorite team in the NHL App.
See trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IA7leSm9uGk
Lynn Venhaus has had a continuous byline in St. Louis metro region publications since 1978. She is a Rotten Tomatoes-approved film critic, currently reviews films for Webster-Kirkwood Times and KTRS Radio, covers entertainment for PopLifeSTL.com and co-hosts podcast PopLifeSTL.com…Presents, and writes features and news for Belleville News-Democrat and contributes to other publications. She is a member of CCA, AWFJ and St. Louis Film Critics Association. She is a founding member of the St. Louis Theater Circle.