It sounds like Beyoncé fans are in for a treat this month after it’s been speculated that Netflix are set to drop a special programme involving the singer in less than ten days time.
The streaming giant shared a teaser poster that has sent the Beyhive into a tailspin; with the yellow background and Greek font both being an apparent nod to the singer’s festival outfits and merchandise line.
The poster was then shared by Strong Black Lead, the platform’s brand for promoting content made by black stars. Another clue that the programme is either a documentary or a BTS look at her Coachella set involves the one-word title, Homecoming.
The 37-year-old previously launched a programme with the same name that created scholarships at four Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), including Xavier University, Bethune-Cookman University, Wilberforce University and Tuskegee University.
Fans are almost certain that their wishes are set to come true, with a bunch of people taking to Twitter to joke that Queen B is historically the kind of artist who loves to take the world by surprise.
“WE ARE NOT READY FOR WHAT BEYONCÉ HAS PLANNED NEXT,” one person joked, as another said: “ITS BEYONCÉ YALL. THE SAME LOGO AND EVERYTHING AHHHH.”
This comes in the same week that the singer’s partnership with Adidas has got the official go-ahead, which will see her launching her own “signature sneakers” and relaunching her Ivy Park sportswear range.
We’re so ready for whatever this programme might be.