Do you wish you could've seen Queen Bey perform last year during her Mrs. Carter Show World Tour, the concert you were going to buy tickets for but couldn't afford to due to your sad, miniscule college student budget? Well, thanks to HBO, you'll get to see what you missed out on.
After drawing 1.8 million fans during her global tour, Beyoncé has grabbed a spot on the network's lineup.
Starting on June 29, viewers can catch glimpses of her tour in a four-minute segment called "Beyoncé: X10." Every Sunday at 8:55 p.m. (EST/PST), a new segment will air before a new episode of "True Blood."
The ten-episode series includes footage from Bey's show in various cities. Highlight performances are newer hits such as "Drunk in Love," "Partition" and "XO" as well as oldies, like the "Get Me Bodied/Baby Boy/Diva" number.
The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour was the highest-grossing female solo tour of 2013.
Beyoncé previously directed a feature-legnth documentary, Life is But a Dream, which debuted on HBO in February 2013; it was the "most viewed music-oriented special on HBO since 2003."