Netflix Produces BLACKPINK Documentary

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Netflix will produce a documentary that shows the inner stories of BLACKPINK.

According to YG Entertainment, the documentary Blackpink: Light Up the Sky will be released exclusively on Netflix on October 14.

The documentary will feature the past four-year run of BLACKPINK. It also follows members’ recording process, everyday lives as K-pop stars, behind-the-scenes stories as well as their history-making performance at last year’s Coachella festival. It is also said that the film will include exclusive interviews and footage of the quartet.

This upcoming film is directed by Caroline Suh, the creator behind Netflix documentary Salt Fat Acid Heat, and produced by Radical Media.

“We are looking forward to sharing our story with BLINKs around the world. We hope that this film will give the viewers joy,” said BLACKPINK.

Meanwhile, Blackpink recently collaborated with Selena Gomez for their newest release “Ice Cream” and is currently working on their debut album, set for release via YG Entertainment and Interscope Records on Oct. 2.

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