Beyoncé will soon release a Netflix show focused on her 2018 Coachella set. The programme will air on 17 April in between the festival’s first and second weekends.
Netflix shared the trailer (which you can watch above), which gives fans an insight as to what to expect. Interviews will be interspersed with footage from the star’s critically acclaimed Coachella set, “detailing the preparation and powerful intent behind her vision”. The streaming service said in a release that “Homecoming traces the emotional road from creative concept to cultural movement.”
On Sunday, Netflix sparked speculation about the documentary following a cryptic teaser tweet of a picture that referenced the Beyoncé’s collegiate show references, including the yellow colour that she wore on stage and the same typography used in the set. In 2018, the musician announced the launch of Homecoming Scholars Award Program, which she further developed this year.
— Netflix US (@netflix) April 7, 2019
This isn’t the singer’s first documentary – in 2013, she released autobiographical TV special Life Is But A Dream, in which she spoke openly about her marriage, pregnancy with Blue Ivy and professional split from her father and manager Matthew Knowles.
From Harper’s Bazaar UK