The pop star uploaded a brief teaser trailer for the documentary on Twitter that features himself getting ready for a concert in front of cheering fans.
"I get my peaches out in Georgia, and I get my Bieber documentaries on Prime Video," the official Twitter account for the streaming service said in reference to his song "Peaches," featuring Daniel Caesar and Giveon.
The documentary will follow Bieber's personal life and his livestreamed New Year's Eve show, which took place on the rooftop of the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles. The show was his first performance in almost four years.
Michael D. Ratner is serving as director. Ratner previously worked with Bieber on his YouTube documentary series Justin Bieber: Seasons and its sequel Next Chapter. Ratner also helmed Bieber's music video for "Intentions."
"Performing live and connecting with my fans through music is deeply meaningful to me. Especially during the past year, being able to provide a service and share my gifts to bring some happiness to people during such a sad and scary time has meant the world to me," Bieber said in a statement.
"This film documents an intense and exciting time, preparing for a return to the stage during this season of real uncertainty. Coming together with my team, overcoming the obstacles, and delivering a special show, surrounded by friends and family; it's all here," he continued.
Bieber will be performing at the 2021 MTV Video Music Awards on Sept. 12, where he has received a leading seven nominations.