Beyoncé’s ‘Homecoming’ Netflix Documentary Is Coming | TV Trailer
Netflix has released the trailer for Homecoming, the upcoming Beyoncé documentary that chronicles Beyoncé’s historic 2018 Coachella performance. According to Netflix, Homecoming will be a “candid” and “intimate” look at the creative process that led to such a culturally significant moment, one that paid homage to the black college experience.
Netflix first teased the documentary on Sunday, (April 7), with a vague movie poster that contained nothing but the the title and air date. But that was enough to figure out the superstar was linked to the upcoming film.
— Netflix US (@netflix) April 7, 2019
The trailer shows footage of Beyoncé and her large crew of dancers, musicians and other creatives in preparation for the show. At first, the footage unspools with only the voice of the late Maya Angelou heard as she says “What I really want to do is be a representative of my race, the human race,” and “Tell the truth. To yourself and to the children.”
In addition to the details of the performance itself, and all that led up to it, the trailer also gives us glimpses of Beyoncé working out, at home with her children, and other very personal moments that will be a delight for fans to have access to.
Homecoming will premiere on Netflix Wednesday, April 17. Check out the trailer below.