Close Up Kings brings audiences the adventures of three best friends, who also happen to be America's top sleight-of-hand artists. Magick Balay, Loki, and Johnny Blaze travel from city to city taking on different challenges and attempting to outperform one another. Viewers will be enthralled by the trio's carefully orchestrated and artfully executed capers and tricks that become more complex as the stakes get higher. From bringing a bird back to life and teleporting a person 700 yards across the desert, to performing an amazing Houdini-style jail escape in front of a crowd, these magicians will have audiences asking, "how did they do that?!"

Close Up Kings - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2015-01-06

Close Up Kings - The Kings - Netflix

The Kings is a Canadian rock band formed in 1977 in Oakville, Ontario. They are best known for their 1980 song “This Beat Goes On/Switchin' To Glide”, which was a hit in the United States and Canada.

Close Up Kings - Lineups - Netflix

The Kings 1977 - 1982 David Diamond (vocals, bass) Mister Zero (guitar) Sonny Keyes (keyboards) Max Styles (drums) The Kings 1982 - 1999 David Diamond (vocals, bass) Mister Zero (guitar) Sonny Keyes (keyboards) Peter Nunn (1994) (keyboards) Marty Cordrey, Whitey Glan, Gary Craig, Randall Coryell, Greg Chritchley, Atilla Turi (drums) Josh Broadbent (vocals) The Kings 1999 - 2005 David Diamond (vocals, bass) Mister Zero (guitar) Atilla Turi (drums) Peter Nunn (keyboards) Rich Roxborough (keyboards) Josh Broadbent (vocals) The Kings 2005–present David Diamond (vocals, bass) Mister Zero (guitar) Atilla Turi (drums) Peter Nunn (keyboards) Sonny Keyes (keyboards) Peter Kadar (keyboards) Josh Broadbent (vocals) Todd Reynolds (Drums) Rob Cooper (keyboards) Martin Aucoin (keyboards) Christina Melanie (keyboards)

Close Up Kings - References - Netflix