Beyoncé's Netflix Documentary Is Finally Here
Detailing the singer’s history-making Coachella performance.
UPDATE 4/17: After a week of speculation, Beyoncé’s Netflix-exclusive documentary has finally dropped. The anticipated film highlights the singer’s road to Coachella 2018, where she performed a history-making set alongside Destiny’s Child, Solange and Jay-Z. In addition to the film, Bey has also released a surprise album with 40 tracks, live from the HOMECOMING performance at the music festival.
Head over to Netflix to watch the documentary, and let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
UPDATE 4/8: Netflix has finally shared the trailer for Beyoncé’s documentary which has been teased on Twitter earlier this week. The film will follow the singer’s history-making performance at the 2018 Coachella music festival, revealing the “emotional road from creative concept to cultural movement.” Titled Homecoming: A Film By Beyoncé, we can expect to see the singer’s process and training behind her mind-blowing show, as well as an inside look to her life in the spotlight.
The new documentary will be available to stream on Netflix on April 17, and as we wait, make sure to catch the trailer in the gallery above.
Streaming giant Netflix has just teased an upcoming documentary set to release on April 17. Posting a yellow image with “Homecoming” written in Greek letters, eager-eyed fans were quick to make the connection between the project and Beyoncé, who launched the “Homecoming Scholars Award Program” last year and dropped merch reminiscent of the design.
Although Netflix has yet to confirm that the upcoming project is in collaboration with Beyoncé, but we’re expecting the upcoming film to follow the singer’s road to Coachella. She made history last year as the first woman of color to headline the huge festival, and put on a performance to remember, bringing back Destiny’s Child as well as performing alongside husband Jay-Z and sister Solange.
Stay tuned as more information is revealed, and get ready for the project to release on Netflix on April 17.
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