There have recently been rumors that Helene Fischer (39) may have her own Netflix documentary. The "Bild" newspaper would like to know the first details and the streaming service has also made a statement.
According to a report in the daily newspaper, the German hit queen should get a 90-minute documentary from the streaming giant. It is said that the documentary is expected to be released in spring 2024. The film has been in the works for several months.
Fischer himself should have his say in the documentary. In addition, her manager, fans and companions were also in front of the cameras for interviews. Netflix has now commented on reports of a possible documentary.
Vague words and no clear denial from the streaming service will definitely make fans sit up and take notice. "We also heard about the rumors about the Helene Fischer documentary on Netflix," quoted the "Schlager.de" portal as Robert Ardelt, Senior PR Director at Netflix for Germany, Austria and Switzerland. "And I can tell you: We can't comment on that yet."
What fans can look forward to in addition to the possible Netflix documentation are other concerts by Fischer, who has just celebrated her 39th birthday and is currently taking a summer break. It's supposed to continue in Cologne on August 25th. After that, concerts in Vienna, Arnhem, Zurich, Munich and Frankfurt are on the program as part of their "Rausch" tour. The grand finale is to be celebrated in the Main metropolis on October 8th.