TV Episodes Full List of Behind the Music Episodes

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Below is a complete Behind the Music episode list that spans the show's entire TV run. Photos from the individual Behind the Music episodes are listed along with the Behind the Music episode names when available, as are the dates of the original airing of the episode. Behind the Music episodes from every season can be seen below, along with fun facts about who directed the episodes, the stars of the and sometimes even information like shooting locations and original air dates. Examples of items on this list include “Lil' Wayne” and “"Weird Al" Yankovic.” Are you remembering a funny scene but can't think of the name that the Behind the Music episode is from? Scroll below and you'll find what you're looking for.

Pantera May 27 2006 -

Milli Vanilli Aug 24 1997 - The photogenic dance pop group that was disgraced after it was revealed that it did not sing on its album.

M.C. Hammer Aug 24 1997 - The energetic rapper/dancer who sold millions after crossing over to the pop market, but later shocked all by filing for bankruptcy.

Boy George Aug 31 1997 - The flamboyant British singer and frontman for the '80s band Culture Club.

Fleetwood Mac Sep 07 1997 - The legendary rock group, known best for the classic multi-platinum album Rumours, experiences turmoil due to drug use and tumultuous inter-group romances.

Nowhere to Run Sep 21 1997 - A look at rock stars who were terrorized by stalkers.

Imagemakers Sep 28 1997 - A study of rock photographers.

Lynyrd Skynyrd Oct 19 1997 - The Southern rock group that persevered despite countless tragedies, including a 1977 plane crash that killed three members.

Teddy Pendergrass Oct 26 1997 - The sultry R&B singer who continued his career despite being paralyzed in a car accident.

Billy Joel Nov 09 1997 - The popular New York-based singer/songwriter/pianist.

Lilith Fair Nov 16 1997 - A look at the all-female touring rock show organized by Sarah McLachlan.

Andy Gibb Nov 30 1997 - The handsome disco singer and younger brother of the Bee Gees whose life was cut short by drug use.

Jim Croce Dec 02 1997 - The singer/songwriter who died in a plane crash just before his best-known hit, ""Time in a Bottle,"" was released.

Carpenters Jan 01 1998 - The brother-sister soft rock duo that dominated the charts throughout the 1970s while one of its members hid a deadly eating disorder.

Sonny Bono Jan 11 1998 - The singer/actor/comedian turned politician, best known for his association (both on and off stage) with Cher.

The Mamas and the Papas Jan 18 1998 - The tumultuous 1960s folk-pop group, best known for hits like ""California Dreamin'"" and ""Monday, Monday"" and its members' battles with drug

Meat Loaf Feb 01 1998 - The corpulent singer/actor, who rose to fame in the 1970s and fell off the radar for two decades before rebounding in the mid-90s with the sequel to his successful album Bat Out of Hell.

Gladys Knight Feb 15 1998 - The legendary R&B singer/actress known for hits such as ""I Heard It Through the Grapevine,"" ""Midnight Train to Georgia"" and ""Neither

Willie Nelson Mar 01 1998 - The country singer/songwriter known for his battles with drugs and long-standing fight against the IRS as well as his musical output.

Jerry Lee Lewis Mar 08 1998 - The Hall-of-Fame singer/songwriter/pianist who faced a severe career backlash after marrying his 13-year-old cousin.

Rick James Mar 15 1998 - The R&B/funk singer, known for hits such as ""Super Freak,"" who saw his career decline and eventually wound up behind bars due to a severe drug addiction.

David Crosby Mar 22 1998 - The folk-rock singer/guitarist and member of the Hall-of-Fame trio Crosby, Stills and Nash who faced severe legal and health crises due to his decades of drug abuse.

Selena Mar 29 1998 - The Tejano superstar who was murdered by her fan club manager just before her English-language crossover debut was to be released.

Jefferson Airplane Apr 05 1998 - The '60s rock group that underwent several lineup and format changes over the course of two decades, later evolving into the peppy pop group Starship in the mid-'80s.

Takin' It to the Streets Apr 12 1998 - A look at street musicians.

Ozzy Osbourne Apr 19 1998 - The popular but troubled heavy metal icon and former lead singer of Black Sabbath, who battled drug and alcohol problems that nearly cost him his career and family.

Ted Nugent Apr 26 1998 - The outspoken hard rock guitarist and hunting activist.

Joe Cocker May 03 1998 - The raspy-voiced pop-rock singer who endured a long, public battle with drugs.

Frank Sinatra May 17 1998 - A news special focusing on the life of the legendary crooner and actor.

Studio 54 May 24 1998 - One of the most famous hot spots of the disco era.

Keith Moon May 31 1998 - The drummer for the legendary British rock group The Who, who suffered an early demise due to a drug overdose.

Bonnie Raitt Jun 07 1998 - The blues-rock singer/guitarist who battled alcoholism for years, then recovered to find mainstream success and critical acclaim in the 1990s.

David Cassidy Jun 07 1998 -

Culture Club Reunion Jun 13 1998 - An update on the earlier episode about singer Boy George, as he reunites with his former bandmates to perform again.

Robbie Robertson Jun 14 1998 - The guitarist for Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees The Band.

Def Leppard Jun 21 1998 - The British pop metal band, which released such multi-platinum albums as Pyromania and Hysteria.

Tony Orlando Jun 28 1998 - The soft pop singer and '70s variety show host who went into a downward spiral after losing a friend.

Gloria Estefan Jul 05 1998 - The Cuban-born pop/adult contemporary singer who battled back after suffering devastating injuries in a tour bus accident.

Jan and Dean Jul 12 1998 - The popular surf-rock duo which saw one member suffer life-threatening injuries in a car wreck.

Harry Chapin Jul 19 1998 - The folk-rock singer/songwriter, who also landed a #1 pop hit with ""Cat's in the Cradle"" but died young in a car accident.

Gloria Gaynor Jul 26 1998 - The disco singer who topped the charts with ""I Will Survive.""

New Kids on the Block Sep 28 2008 - In 1988, when the New Kids On The Block's second album "Hangin' Tough" was released, there were very few acts that equaled the success of The Beatles or Michael Jackson. But overnight, ...more

New Kids on the Block: A Behind the Music Special Event Sep 28 2008 - In 1988, when the New Kids On The Block's second album "Hangin' Tough" was released, there were very few acts that equaled the success of The Beatles or Michael Jackson. But overnight, ...more

Pink Sep 17 2009 - Scarred by her parents divorce, Pink (who grew up Alecia Moore) was a troubled, angst-ridden teenager who rebelled against authority, experimented with drugs and often ran away from home. Music ...more

Bobby Brown Sep 24 2009 - Growing up in the tough, poverty stricken projects of Roxbury, MA, Bobby Brown was a bad boy from the start. He experimented with drugs and idolized the gang leaders who ruled the neighborhood. ...more

Bret Michaels Oct 01 2009 - T.I, aka Clifford Harris Jr, grew up on the tough streets of Atlanta's Bankhead neighborhood, an area filled with crime, violence and drugs. By the time he was 18, he was a high school dropout ...more

T.I. Oct 08 2009 - Curtis Jackson III, aka 50 Cent, grew up on the violent and drug infested streets of Jamaica, Queens. His mother was murdered when he was 8, and by the time he was a teenager, he was following ...more

Lil' Wayne Sep 10 2009 - By the time he was 11 years old, Dwayne Michael Carter Jr., aka Lil Wayne, had lost his virginity, dealt drugs, snorted cocaine and nearly shot himself to death after accidentally pulling the ...more

Fleetwood Mac Dec 04 2010 - Nobody's got female fans' hearts fluttering more than Ricky Martin with his sexy dance moves and sultry voice. As one of the most successful crossover singers in history, Ricky sold upwards of ...more

Green Day Dec 11 2010 -