Julian is the son of the late John Lennon and his first wife, Cynthia Powell.
The veteran rocker is an unlikely viewer of the youth soap.
Springsteen recently made a surprise appearance at Glastonbury Festival.
The festival coverage streams increased by up to 205% on 2019.
See Saturday's veteran headliner on BBC One.
McCartney is set to headline Glastonbury on Saturday night.
Kendrick Lamar, Paul McCartney and Billie Eilish will headline the festival.
Check out the must-see moments in TV coverage of the festival.
The festival is expected to welcome 200,000 revellers this week.
Paul McCartney opened up to his fans in a Q&A session and made the shocking revelation that he very nearly gave up on his Beatles career.
The star is currently 10th in the Sunday Times Music Rich List - with Sir Paul McCartney in first place.
The Beatles legend and the Hollywood star are known to be friends.
The actor has swapped the soap farming life for the real thing - but who else has set up their own rural idyll?
In 1974, John Lennon joined pal Eton John on stage at Madison Square Garden for what would be his last ever live stage performance.
This epic new Disney+ documentary is essential viewing for fans of the Fab Four and music history.
The Who frontman said that while Sir Mick Jagger was a great showman, the Rolling Stones sounded 'mediocre'.
The star said it was tough to show his emotions as a teenager.
The star wants to 'exchange stories' with fans instead.
The conspiracy theory that Paul McCartney had died in a car crash took hold in the late 1960s.
Watts – drummer for the rock band since 1963 – has died aged 80.
"At the time, I was just working with this bloke John," says Paul McCartney in the UK trailer for upcoming rock doc series McCartney 3,2,1.
The Beatles musician hosted his annual 'peace and love' event in Beverly Hills.
Over 150 artists have said musicians are not being fairly paid in the current system.
The handwritten letter that shows he paid the 'debt' is up for auction.
Paul McCartney is finally ready to write his memoirs, and will use music — and a Pulitzer Prize-winning poet — to help guide him. McCartney, 78, will trace his life through 154 songs, from his teens and early partnership with fellow Beatle John Lennon to his solo work over the past half century. Irish poet Paul Muldoon is editing and will contribute an introduction.