Queen B keeps ’em coming.
Beyonce’s 2018 Coachella performance was legendary. A year after the event, Bey and Netlifx teamed up to release Homecoming, a documentary that takes fans behind the scenes for what will be considered one of Beyonce’s most historic moments. Beyonce was the first Black women to ever headline Coachella, making it more than just a moment for her career. It was a moment for the culture. The documentary also touches on Beyonce’s pregnancy, and her insane regimen to get back in shape to take the stage.
According to Variety, Homecoming was just the first of three specials with Netlifx. The site reports that Bey agreed to a massive $60 million deal to stream the specials directly on Netflix. Variety claims (via Vulture) that HBO was interested in airing the specials since they have a relationship with the Carters. HBO aired Beyonce’s 2016 Lemonade film, her 2014 On the Run Tour concert special with Jay-Z, and the 2013 documentary Life Is But a Dream. Netflix approached camp Carter with a more lucrative offer though. Beyonce fans can expect the future specials to come with accompanying music as well. Homecoming came along with a surprise 40-track album that includes two bonus songs, “Before I Let Go” and “I Been On.”