How To Watch ‘jeen-yuhs,’ The Netflix Documentary On Kanye West

Part one is set to premiere tomorrow, February 16, on Netflix.

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Kanye West, Coodie, Chike - Photo: Johnny Nunez/Getty Images for Netflix
Kanye West, Coodie, Chike - Photo: Johnny Nunez/Getty Images for Netflix

jeen-yuhs, the highly anticipated documentary focused on the career of Kanye West, is set to premiere on Netflix tomorrow. The news was first revealed in September of 2021, and the film premiered at the virtual Sundance Film Festival in January. Now, the film’s first of three parts is set to premiere tomorrow, February 16. Here’s how to watch jeen-yuhs.

jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy | Official Trailer | Netflix

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What time does it air on Netflix?

Though an exact time has yet to be revealed, Netflix original TV shows and movies are typically released globally at 12:00 a.m. Pacific Time. It has been confirmed, though, that Act 1 is debuting February 16 and the next two acts are scheduled to premiere in consecutive weeks (February 23 and March 2, respectively).

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What to expect

The directors of jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy, analyzed footage include the genesis behind the video for West’s 2003 debut single “Through the Wire” — Coodie and Chike’s first joint project — as well as their impressions of the future superstar then and now. West was a kid coming in for haircuts at a local Chicago barbershop when Coodie met him.

Chike positions the documentary as a “whole history lesson of music. We’re crossing generations in three films. At the end, Kanye is collaborating with artists that were babies. But the crazy part is that Kanye’s a throughline; still as relevant at the end as he in the beginning because his music passes the test of time.”

An official synopsis for the documentary reads: “Filmed over two decades, Jeen-yuhs is an intimate and revealing portrait of Kanye’s experience, showcasing both his formative days trying to break through and his life today as a global brand and artist.”

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