Beyhive, mark your calendars, because Netflix is releasing a new documentary on Beyoncé and her iconic Coachella performance.
Over the weekend, the video-streaming service teased the project by posting a cryptic image on social media of the word “Homecoming” written in Greek letters on a yellow background. That could only mean one thing, right? More details inside.
Get ready to add another fashion movie to your Netflix queue. The streaming platform’s new, original docu-series, titled “7 Days Out,” will debut on Dec. 21, and its premiere episode is all about Chanel. The film, directed by Andrew Rossi of the Met Gala-focused film “The First Monday In May,” follows Karl Lagerfeld and his atelier for an entire week as they prepare for Chanel’s Spring 2018 Haute Couture show. If you’ve always wanted a behind-the-scenes look on all the craziness that goes into prepping for a fashion show, this is a MUST WATCH.
Eight of the most creative thinkers and imaginative minds working in the world of art and design today are featured in the upcoming Netflix original documentary series, “Abstract: The Art of Design”.
Journey through their creative process, explore their work, and discover how their innovative designs have profoundly affected our every day lives.
Meet them NOW.
Another excuse for you to ‘netflix and chill’, as if you ever needed one anyway.
Comedian Aziz Anzari has released the first trailer of his new show, Masters of None, and it is entertainment down to the very core mixed with the right amount of what’s appropriate in terms of racism, sex and social media.
To accompany the release of Netflix’s upcoming Nina Simone documentary, “What Happened, Miss Simone?”, a number of musicians have recorded covers of some of the jazz, blues and gospel icon’s most memorable songs. The compilation ‘Nina Revisited: A Tribute to Nina Simone’, which is due out on July 10th, features songs by Lauryn Hill, Mary J. Blige, Usher, Common, Alice Smith and Simone’s daughter Lisa, among others.
Ms Lauryn Hill gives us a taste of her cover of the classic ‘Feeling Good’.