Get ready for more from Queen Bey.
Days after the release of Beyonce‘s new documentary, “Homecoming”, on Netflix, Variety reports that the singer inked a three-project deal with the streaming service, meaning there’s two more specials in the works.
According to the outlet, “Homecoming”, on which Bey is credited as executive producer, writer and director, earned her $20 million from Netflix. Variety claims she’s earning a whopping $60 million total for her three-project deal.
Fans couldn’t contain their excitement over the deal, with many speculating on what the Grammy winner will release next — and others insisting the price tag was low considering Netflix’s recent $100-million Shonda Rhimes and $250-million Ryan Murphy deals.
“If Netflix paid $60 million for three Beyonce projects they got off real cheap,” one user wrote.
“Didn’t they pay $100 million for them dusty “Friends” episodes that already air on 100 different stations at least 50 times a day? They can spare more for the QUEEN,” another added.
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“Homecoming” documented Beyonce’s history-making 2018 Coachella performance, and the months of preparation that went into it. Bey, who was the music festival’s first black female headliner, gave her performance just 10 months after giving birth to twins Sir and Rumi Carter.
“It’s my first time back home, on the stage, after giving birth. I’m creating my own homecoming. And it’s hard,” she said in the documentary. “There were days I never thought I’d be the same.”
See more of what went into Beyonce’s incredible performance in the video below.