Taylor Swift Finally Announces Netflix Documentary Release Date

Swifties mark your calendars. Taylor Swift’s documentary, Taylor Swift: Miss Americana, is set to debut on January 31 to Netflix. The film takes a look at her life behind-the-scenes both professionally and personally.

By mporter on January 15, 2020
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NEWARK, NEW JERSEY – AUGUST 26: Taylor Swift attends the 2019 MTV Video Music Awards at Prudential Center on August 26, 2019 in Newark, New Jersey. (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for MTV)

By: Madeleine Porter

Swifties can finally rejoice as Taylor Swift has confirmed a release date for her Netflix documentary. Directed by Lana Wilson, Taylor Swift: Miss Americana will dive into Swift’s life from her own unique perspective.

Until recently, fans were unsure of when the documentary would be released. Swift claims Scooter Braun, from Big Machine Records, refused old songs and performances to be shown in the project. Since then, her songs have been cleared for use in the film in a “timely manner”.

The Lover singer gives fans insight into some of the most transformational and challenging periods in her life. Swift is one of the most iconic singers of the decade. This documentary exhibits Swift as she embraces her role as a songwriter and idol to many while finding the “full power of her voice”.

The first audience to get a taste of her life in a cinematic viewing will be at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, UT on January 23. Swifties can officially mark their calendars for January 31 as it will be available on Netflix.

Fans are in high-anticipation for this documentary since Swift has become increasingly private over the years. It will be thrilling to see what her life is like behind-the-scenes and reasoning behind her ever-growing privacy.


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