Never the Twain follows Simon Peel and Oliver Smallbridge, two men with a lot in common. Not only are they both in the antiques trade, but they have adjacent shops, and even their homes are side-by-side. Both are one-parent family men and neither will stop at anything to get the better of the other. The pair's rivalry doesn't stop their offspring from falling in love and getting married though!
Runtime: 30 minutes
Never the Twain - Now (Shania Twain album) - Netflix
Now is the fifth studio album by Canadian singer and songwriter Shania Twain. It was released on September 29, 2017 by Mercury Nashville. The album was produced by Twain alongside Ron Aniello, Jake Gosling, Jacquire King and Matthew Koma. Following a severely weakened singing voice caused by Lyme disease and dysphonia, Twain retired from performing in 2004 and began an indefinite hiatus from music, and at a time was unsure if she would ever sing again. Following intense vocal rehabilitation and a concert residency in Las Vegas, Shania: Still the One, she began planning a new studio album in 2013. Written entirely by Twain, Now is her first studio album in which she has assumed an integral role in its production, co-producing every track, and is her first album since her 1993 debut studio album to not be produced by Robert John “Mutt” Lange, Twain's ex-husband. Her first studio release in fifteen years since Up! (2002), Twain has named Now as her most personal album and described its theme as “going from lost to found, from feeling sad to happy.” “Life's About to Get Good” was released as the lead single from Now in June 2017, with several tracks later released as promotional singles ahead of the album's release. “Swingin' With My Eyes Closed” was released as the second single from the album in August, followed by “Who's Gonna Be Your Girl” and “We Got Something They Don't” as the third and fourth singles in October. Now received mixed reviews from music critics, with some complimenting the album's production and Twain's long-awaited return to music, while others criticized her vocals and were unimpressed with the album's lyrical content. The album debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, Canadian Albums and Top Country Albums charts and has since reached number one in several countries worldwide, as well as being certified platinum in Canada. Twain promoted the album with television performances, festival appearances and interviews and embarked on the Shania Now Tour in May 2018.
Never the Twain - Personnel - Netflix
Adapted from AllMusic. Vocals Shania Twain – lead vocals, background vocals Dan Book – background vocals Matthew Koma – background vocals Jason Wade – background vocals Musicians
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Never the Twain - References - Netflix