Fans of Tyler Farr will soon have the opportunity to get a glimpse into his personal life when his new docu-series, A Little Too Farr, premieres on Friday, June 2.

The series features the onstage and offstage shenanigans of the country singer, whether he's pranking friends, flying an airplane or rocking out for a crowd of fans. The show will feature 36 episodes, each running a maximum of nine minutes long. The episodes will air three times a week on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Fans can watch on Complex Networks' go90 channel.

“I couldn’t be more excited to share a side of my personal life with my fans who may only know me from the country music stage,” Farr says of his new show in a press release. He put himself on the music map in 2013 with his breakthrough single, "Redneck Crazy," which reached No. 2 on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart. He achieved his first No. 1 single in 2015 with "A Guy Walks Into a Bar," the lead single off his chart-topping second studio album, Suffer in Peace. 

"Tyler wants to pull back the curtain and give fans an all-access glimpse at his life on and off the road, and true to nature he is going to take things 'A Little Too Farr' in every episode," Farr and his team describe the show.

His new single, "I Should Go to Church Sometime," serves as the first taste of his forthcoming album, which features two songs produced by Jason Aldean. “It’s not even so much about what religion you are or if you’re not religious. It pretty much comes down to redemption," Farr tells Taste of Country about the song. "And that’s something that everybody should relate to.”

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