Taylor Swift Netflix documentary release date confirmed for this month

Lawrence Kim
January 24, 2020

Are you ready for it?

The streaming service announced on Wednesday that the document will be added to the offer on 31 January.

Swift's documentary release date has become a subject of controversy after she revealed in a Tumblr post that Scooter Braun might have delayed the film's distribution process.

Will we get to hear some exclusive music?

The conflict seems to have come to a resolution, though at the time Swift claimed that Braun and Scott Borchetta were barring her from using old footage from her performances in the documentary. At least Miss America will have a blinding soundtrack, then. In early December, Variety reported that Swift's older material has been cleared for use in the film.

Netflix also described the film as a "raw and emotionally reveling look", it will be about the transformation had by Taylor during the tough period of her life, how she learned to embrace herself and made a better person out of herself.

Titled Miss Americana, the film will give a behind-the-scenes look into the "Lover" singer's life, career, and position as a role model.

A week earlier, the doc, which charts the last few years of her life, will be part of the Sundance Film Festival's opening night. They took to Twitter to share their thoughts. So if you prefer to see Swift on the big screen, you can! In 2013, her debut film "After Tiller" was nominated for a Film Independent Spirit Award and won an Emmy for Best Documentary. At the end of 2018, his first documentary, "Reputation Stadium Tour" was released, and seen the success, from the platform they have chose to have it again.

This tweet was the first we heard of the Taylor Swift documentary and thankfully she hasn't left us waiting too long for its arrival. The Independent branded her United Kingdom leg, a "dazzling spectacle" and the "biggest event on the 2018 pop calendar".

After I was refused the opportunity to purchase my music outright, my full catalog was sold to Scooter Braun's, Ithaca Holdings, in a deal that I told that it was supported by the Soros Family, 23 Capital, and the Carlyle Group.

While accepting her award, she said, "The industry is really weird". "It was hard to see so many people feel like they had canvassed and done everything and tried so hard".

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