Published: Thu, January 23, 2020
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

'Miss Americana': New Taylor Swift Netflix Documentary Gets Trailer

'Miss Americana': New Taylor Swift Netflix Documentary Gets Trailer

On Wednesday, the "Lover" singer, 30, unveiled the official trailer for the upcoming Netflix film, titled Miss Americana, which tracks the highs and lows of the pop superstar's career, taking a primary focus on Swift's personal journey to becoming more outspoken and assertive in recent years. There is so much to unpack, including a Joe Alwyn cameo and Taylor dropping the F-bomb.

"You did all that you could do / The game was rigged, the ref got tricked/ The wrong ones think they're right / We were outnumbered-this time", Swift sings.
"I saw a lot of young people's hopes dashed", she continued.

It is unclear whether the documentary will also be featuring Swift's old songs from her first six albums or not because she was swept up in a public feud previous year with her former label Big Machine and Scooter Braun, who now have full ownership of the singer's masters. Her struggles, her music and more.

The revealing film also includes a new song that Swift wrote, inspired by the Midterm elections.

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The doc also follows her decision to speak out about where she stands politically. "So it's just been a really hard time for us as a family", Swift said.

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'I feel really good about not feeling muzzled anymore and it was my own doing, ' added the siren. 'We don't know what treatment we're going to choose. "I need to do this to be on the right side of history", she says in one of the clips as news stories talk about her using her voice for important social and cultural reasons. Throughout the trailer, clips are shown of Taylor performing, working in the studio, and just enjoying alone time in nature.

After its 9 PM MT debut at Park City's Ecceles Theatre tomorrow, the docu produced by the Oscar-winning team of Morgan Neville and Caitrin Rogers plus Christine O'Malley will launch globally on Netflix on January 31. Taylor has been using music to help deal with Andrea's poor health and penned the song "Soon You'll Get Better" for her new album "Lover" as a tribute to her.

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