Surprise, surprise! A special documentary featuring the girls of BLACKPINK (블랙핑크) is premiering soon on Netflix.
Earlier today (Wednesday, 9th September), it was announced that a new documentary about the “How You Like That” singers will be debuting on the streaming platform next month.
For those interested, we’ve listed 6 fun facts about the documentary, as stated in the press release. Check it out:
1. The documentary is titled “BLACKPINK: Light Up The Sky” and is scheduled to be released on 14th October, less than two weeks after they dropped their first full-length album.
2. Caroline Suh is in charge of directing the documentary. The Korean-American TV producer is known for her past work, such as “Salt Fat Acid Heat” (2018), “The 4%: Film’s Gender Problem” (20116) and “Amex Unstaged Pharrell Williams Live at the Apollo” (2014).
3. “BLACKPINK: Light Up The Sky” is produced by RadicalMedia. The production company’s past works include Jay-Z’s documentary “Fade To Black” (2004) and Britney Spears’ “For The Record” (2008) – which highlighted the pop star’s return to the music scene.
4. The film will include exclusive interviews with never-before-seen footage of the four members of the girl group from their pre-debut days as trainees up until the present day.
5. Fans will get an exclusive look into the recording process of the band’s full length album, which depicts the highs and lows of being a K-pop idol group.
6. Last but not least, the show will also feature their historic Coachella performance last year. In case you don’t know, BLACKPINK was the first K-pop girl group to perform at the music festival.
BLINKs, are you excited for “BLACKPINK: Light Up The Sky” on Netflix?