​Beyoncé Has Two More Netflix Projects in the Works

Could one of them feature the "Formation World Tour"?

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BY Sarah MurphyPublished Apr 22, 2019

Beyoncé shook the greater streaming population of the world with the release of her Netflix special Homecoming (and a surprise live album) last week, but it turns out that Queen Bey has a few more projects on the way.
According to Variety, Homecoming is just one of three Beyoncé projects that Netflix is working on, as part of a whopping $60 million deal with the singer.
The first release famously spawned a bidding war between Netflix and HBO, the latter of which hosted previous projects like the Lemonade visual album, the On the Run Tour special and a 2013 documentary called Life Is But a Dream.
Netflix has yet to confirm or announce two forthcoming Bey projects, though the streaming service has changed its Twitter and Instagram bios simply to a string of bee emojis.
Now, rumours are circulating that a concert film about 2016's "Formation World Tour" could be the next to arrive.
Earlier today, Beyoncé unleashed a new merch capsule featuring T-shirts demanding, "WHERE IS THE FWT DVD."
She's yet to answer where that DVD is, but a lot of fans think the footage will be going straight to Netflix soon. Or Beyoncé's just as great at trolling her fans as she is at everything else.
See some of the speculation from the Beyhive below.
In other Beyoncé news, her 2016 album Lemonade is expected to hit streaming services tomorrow (April 23). Since its release, the audio has been exclusive to Tidal. She referenced the decision on last year's "Nice" from Everything Is Love, rapping, "If I gave two fucks about streaming numbers, would have put Lemonade on Spotify."

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