Backstreet Boys Go Prime-Time

The one-hour program on CBS features performance and behind-the-scenes footage.

The Backstreet Boys may be larger than life, but Nick, Howie, Brian, AJ and Kevin can still squeeze into your living room.

The Backstreet Boys will appear in their first network television special when CBS broadcasts "Backstreet Boys: Larger Than Life" on May 30, according to a network spokesperson.

The one-hour program, scheduled to air at 8 p.m. ET/PT, features performance footage from the group's concert at Los Angeles' Staples Center earlier this year, during the first leg of their Black & Blue world tour in support of their third album of the same name.

In addition to never-before-seen clips of their early days, the show also captures exclusive moments from their Around the World in 100 Hours promotional tour, a jaunt that led the Boys through appearances in Stockholm, Sweden; Tokyo; Sydney, Australia; Cape Town, South Africa; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; and New York days before Black & Blue arrived in record stores.

The songs "Larger Than Life," "Show Me the Meaning of Being Lonely," "I Want It That Way," "More Than That," "Everybody (Backstreet's Back)" and "All I Have to Give," among others, will be featured in the special.

"Around the World," a home video documenting the globetrotting press junket, is in the works, according to a Jive spokesperson.

The Backstreet Boys kick off their summer tour June 8 in Orlando, Florida (see "Backstreet Boys Announce Venues For Summer Tour").

(MTVi's parent company, Viacom, also owns CBS.)