When Beyoncé’s Netflix documentary was titled Homecoming, little did we know it signified the singer’s new home at the streaming network.
The featurette is a behind-the-scenes look at Bey’s appearance at Coachella in 2018, where she became the first African-American to headline the music festival.
Variety now reports that the “Drunk In Love” singer has signed on to do two more projects on Netflix. The deal, which includes the initial Homecoming docu, is believed to be worth $60 million.
Beyoncé is credited as executive producer, writer, and director of Homecoming, which dropped on April 17. The project is estimated to have cost $20 million.
“What people don’t see is the sacrifice,” says Beyoncé in one of the movie’s many voiceover segments. “I definitely pushed myself further than I knew I could. And I learned a very valuable lesson. I will never, never push myself that far again.”
Neither Beyoncé nor Netflix’s representatives have commented on the reported deal, but we really hope it gets into formation!