Simone Biles Documentary - How to Watch on Facebook Watch

Simone Biles is the subject of a new seven-part documentary which premieres on Facebook Watch on Tuesday, June 15.

The most decorated gymnast in history, the 24-year-old has won four Olympic gold medals and 19 world titles over the course of stellar career and will be one of the stars of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, which begin next month following a 12-month delay because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Produced by Religion of Sports and directed by Gotham Chopra, the documentary is part of Facebook's Versus series which delves into the personality of some of the world's most famous athletes. Seven-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady and three-time NBA champion Stephen Curry have previously featured in the series.

The documentary on Brady, Tom vs. Time, claimed a Sports Emmy Award for Outstanding Serialized Sports Documentary back in 2019.

Simone Biles released a brief trailer of the upcoming docuseries on her Instagram profile last week and here's everything you need to know ahead of Simone vs. Herself.

When does Simone vs. Herself air?

The seven-part documentary premieres on Tuesday, June 15. The remaining episodes will be released each Tuesday over the following six weeks.

The first five episodes of the documentary will lead up to the Tokyo Olympic Games, where Biles hopes to add to her tally of four gold medals and which are scheduled to begin on July 23.

Simone Biles at the U.S. Gymnastics Championships
Simone Biles competes on the uneven bars prior to the Senior Women's competition of the U.S. Gymnastics Championships at Dickies Arena on June 6 in Fort Worth, Texas. The most decorated gymnast in history, Biles is subject of a documentary that premieres on Facebook Watch on Tuesday. Jamie Squire/Getty Images

Where to watch Simone vs. Herself

The documentary will be broadcast exclusive on Facebook Watch, the social media platform's video-on-demand service. Facebook Watch can be accessed through the main Facebook website or the network's app via mobile, tablets and streaming devices such as gaming consoles and Amazon Fire TV. and can be found on its own Watch tab. The streaming service is free, but requires a Facebook account to access its content.
You can also access the documentary from Simone Biles' Facebook page.

What does Simone vs. Herself cover?

The documentary will primarily focus on Biles' aspirations and challenges. The 19-time world champion will discuss dealing with the pressure of expectations that come with being the most decorated gymnast in history and having to cope with the postponement of the 2020 Olympic Games because of the coronavirus pandemic.

"My gymnastics career has been filled with a lot of ups and downs despite what a lot of people may think, and, in a lot of ways, my career has felt like I've been trying to prove myself to others. My mom has always encouraged me to be the 'best Simone I can be' and I now have a true appreciation for what that really means, which is one of the big reasons I wanted to come back for Tokyo," said Biles.

"I want to challenge myself to be the best Simone I can be for me and, no matter the outcome, share with my fans the process and approach I am taking along the way in the hope that it may help inspire others to be the best version of themselves too," said Biles in a press release accompanying the trailer.