The founder’s going to jail, the lawsuits are stacking up and there’s really nothing left to be done here than to release the Fyre Festival 85 part documentary series.

That’s in the works.

Hulu has picked up a “multi-part documentary” about the Fyre Festival, the debacle in the Caribbean that lay bare the agonies of millennial-powered entrepreneurship and influencer advertising. The Hollywood Reporter states that the docuseries is being developed by Billboard magazine, Mic and The Cinemart and is slated for 2019.

The series aims to uncover the truth through a series of in-depth interviews from inside sources that range from local Bahamians, stranded festival-goers, vendors and investors. In addition, the docuseries will include hours of exclusive never-before-seen footage, leaked documents, emails and recordings.


Fyre Festival founder/con man Billy McFarland pleaded guilty last month to swindling more than $26 million from investors for the debacle in the Bahamas.

We can only hope that producers save an entire episode to the staging and proliferation of this tweet:

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