Watch Bill Gates Reveals His Worst Fear in Netflix Docuseries Trailer

first_imgStay on target These Are the Most-Admired People in the WorldBill Gates Shows Up With a Jar of Poop to Highlight New Toilet Tech If you’ve ever wanted to get inside the mind of Bill Gates, the philanthropist and former Microsoft executive, Netflix is giving you an opportunity (three opportunities, actually). The streaming giant is premiering a three-part docuseries about the tech visionary.Directed by Oscar winner David Guggenheim (An Inconvenient Truth), Inside Bill’s Brain: Decoding Bill Gates “offers unprecedented access to Gates as he pursues unique solutions to some of the world’s most complex problems with the same level of optimism, curiosity, and fervor that inspired his original vision for Microsoft,” according to a Netflix release.The trailer, released by Netflix on Thursday, shows Guggenheim using interviews with Gates and a combination of archival and newly shot footage to tell the business leader’s story.“What is your worst fear?,” Guggenheim asks Gates, after peppering him with rapid-fire, Vanity Fair-type questions.“I don’t want my brain to stop working,” Gates replies.And we get it. It is quite the brain.Bill Gates with director David Guggenheim. (Photo Credit: Saeed Adyani / Netflix)After stepping down as CEO of Microsoft, Gates shifted his attention toward solving some of the world’s most persistent problems. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation tackles global health issues, such as malaria, maternal and child health, and vaccine development.Aside from Gates himself, the series features interviews with Melinda Gates, as well as friends, family, and partners in philanthropy and business.Netflix starts streaming Inside Bill’s Brain: Decoding Bill Gates on September 20.Watch: Netflix Reaches Milestone of 5 Billion Discs ShippedMore on’s Everything Coming to Netflix in September 2019Watch: Timothée Chalamet Reigns in Netflix’s Epic ‘The King’ TrailerWatch: Netflix Drops ‘Breaking Bad’ Movie Sequel Teaserlast_img read more