Everything We Know About Beyoncé’s Netflix Documentary, Homecoming

 

In 2018, Beyoncé became the first black woman to headline Coachella, and now her #Beychella performance will be the subject of a Netflix documentary premiering April 17.

“Homecoming” will provide “an in-depth look at Beyoncé’s celebrated 2018 Coachella performance from creative concept to cultural movement,” according to Netflix. The streaming giant released a trailer Monday that features behind-the-scenes footage from rehearsals, as well as a rare shot of what appears to be Rumi and Sir, Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s twins.

Just as she’s known for her elaborate stage designs and fierce dance moves, Beyoncé is also characterized by keeping massive projects a secret right up until they’re about to be released. While a documentary special of the Coachella concert isn’t entirely surprising, Netflix’s Sunday announcement was the first time we learned of its existence.

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The Homecoming Trailer

The trailer Netflix released shows the documentary will likely get into the genesis of the performance, including the no-doubt-intense rehearsals to get the intricate dancer and musician formations so exact.

We expect the documentary to come with plenty of never-before-seen footage that offers insight into Beyoncé’s private world. So far, the trailer gives us a glimpse at someone close to her heart: her 7-year-old daughter with Jay-Z, Blue Ivy. Look closely, and you’ll see her dancing near mom while twirling her head. Bey’s toddler twins Rumi and Sir also make a quick yet adorable appearance.

“Homecoming” marks Beyoncé’s first Netflix collaboration. HBO has previously aired her concert specials and documentaries, including 2016′s “Lemonade.”