Published: Mon, April 08, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Beyoncé Fans Go Nuts After Netflix Teases Possible "Homecoming" Documentary

Beyoncé Fans Go Nuts After Netflix Teases Possible

The streaming service has dropped a full-length trailer for Homecoming, a documentary that will chronicle the creation of Beyoncé's historic 2018 Coachella performance.

Beyoncé, 37, may not be performing at Coachella this year, but she's still managing to steal the spotlight with a new documentary all about her 2018 performance. The April 17 release date would fall almost one year after Bey's acclaimed "Beychella" set, which was inspired by the HBCU homecoming weekend experience.

Fans were quick to point out the font is the same as the font from Beyoncé's Coachella merch.

Throughout the short teaser, Beyoncé was seen rehearsing with her dancers, and snuggling up with her twins.

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The trailer gives fans their first look at behind-the-scenes glimpses at Queen Bey and her team's preparation for the performance, set to the words of Maya Angelou.

Homecoming hits Netflix on April 17.

The film, which debuts on April 17, features footage and interviews about the creation and execution of the performance, which paid homage to America's historically black colleges and universities.

On its official website, Netflix described "Homecoming" as a documentary detailing the singer's journey from transitioning a "creative concept" into a "cultural movement".

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