Beyoncé is reportedly set to make her television debut, following in the footsteps of Oprah Winfrey. The 34-year-old singer is likely to come up with her own TV network. Queen Bey is eyeing for her own TV channel with her management firm Parkwood.
Beyoncé already has a lot on her plate, with her music career, acting, charity, and her own fashion range. However, she is now looking forward to follow in the footsteps of the renowned talk show host, Oprah Winfrey, The Sun reports.
Beyoncé now wants to expand her empire with her management company Parkwood. According to reports the “Lemonade” singer is likely to launch the channel within the next ten years. But, will her channel air the regular run-of-the-mill sitcoms, talk shows?
Most likely not, as Beyoncé’s channel will reportedly focus on education like documentaries about African and American history, Mirror UK reports.
“She intends to create her own TV network just like Oprah. Her entertainment company Parkwood is doing very well and her desire is to create a network so she can have the freedom to bring the ideas of her closest creative friends to life,” said an insider. The source added that there is a plan in place to develop it within the next decade.
The singer, her husband Jay Z and their daughter Blue Ivy enjoyed some time off from her “Formation” tour on the European leg of her world tour in Paris.
Beyoncé paid her respect to victims of the France attack, and then she was seen with her husband cuddling near the Eiffel Tower on a date night. Jay Z also took a picture of his beautiful wife.
Previously, Bey and her daughter were seen having a nice time near twinning in matching dresses with the Eiffel Tower in the backdrop. The singer is reportedly recording a song with Jay Z, which might give his views on the infidelity allegations made on Beyoncé’s “Lemonade,” Metro reports.