South Korean girl group BlackPink are getting their very own Netflix documentary, Blackpink: Light Up the Sky. The film is set to premier October 14th on the streaming platform.
BlackPink: Light Up the Sky will follow the quartet’s recording process, everyday lives, provide some insight on their overall journey, and legendary performance at 2019 Coachella. It will also feature exclusive interviews and footage of group members Jennie, Jisoo, Lisa and Rosé.
If you weren’t familiar with the K-Pop sensation before, you certainly will be now as they are dominating charts worldwide. Over the past year BlackPink has collaborated with high profile artists within the United States such as Selena Gomez for their newest single “Ice Cream,” Lady Gaga’s bilingual song “Sour Candy,” from her latest album “Chromatica,” Dua Lipa’s “Kiss and Make Up,” and featured Cardi B on their record, “Kiss and Make Up,” from their debut album, The Album. Now, as their all-access documentary joins the streaming giants growing catalogue of music documentaries and concert films, including Beyonce’s “Homecoming,” Taylor Swift’s “Miss Americana” and Lady Gaga’s “Five Foot Two,” the quartet is destined for greatness.
The upcoming film is directed by Caroline Suh, the creator behind Netflix documentary “Salt Fat Acid Heat,” and produced by Radical Media. The executive producers are Jon Kamen, David Sirulnick and Zara Duffy for RadicalMedia, and Cara Mones is the producer.
Watch the full trailer for BlackPink: Light Up The Sky below!