Less than a week before Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington took his own life, he recorded a 24-minute episode of “Carpool Karaoke: The Series” with the band and comedian Ken Jeong. The episode was not initially set to air out of respect for Bennington’s wife and family, but it was finally decided it was time to see the fun-filled and enjoyable show starring the late singer. During the episode, Bennington can be heard to say it was probably the greatest day of his life.

Chester Bennington’s family agrees to release video

As reported by Rolling Stone, Bennington’s wife and his family were consulted to ensure they were behind the release of the video on the band’s Facebook page.

James Corden, the “Late Late Show” host and executive producer of “Carpool Karaoke” was also behind it. Corden told the Associated Press at the time of Bennington’s death that they would handle the episode in whatever manner his family, and the people involved in the show, would like it to be handled.

Corden went on to say they would navigate the situation as delicately as possible and adhere to the wishes of the Bennington family and all involved, as he didn’t think there was any other way to deal with it. He ended by saying it was completely up to the family. Talinda, Bennington’s widow, was appreciative of Corden’s message at that time, thanking him via Twitter.

The episode of “Carpool Karaoke: The Series” featuring Linkin Park was filmed on July 14 and was set to air in October.

On that day, the band shared an image of themselves and Jeong on the set to Twitter, with a caption to say it had been a fun day with Jeong and to “stay tuned.”

Watch the episode of "Carpool Karaoke" featuring Bennington and Linkin Park below.

The body of Bennington, a 41-year-old father of six, was found on July 20 by his housekeeper in his home in Palos Verdes Estates. The cause of death was established by the L.A. County Coroner’s office to be suicide by hanging. Bennington had joined Linkin Park in 1999 and the band released their latest album, “One More Light” in May.

At the time of his death, Jeong expressed his condolences on Twitter, saying he was in shock and was heartbroken. He went on to send his thoughts and prayers to Bennington and his family and friends.

Special one-off Linkin Park concert in October

According to a report by Entertainment Weekly, Linkin Park will be playing a special one-off concert on October 27 in Los Angeles at the Hollywood Bowl, which will feature special guests. The band has said they will donate all earnings generated from the concert to charity.