Is the Billie Eilish documentary on Netflix? Here’s where to watch the 2021 film about the acclaimed singer-songwriter.

Billie Eilish is arguably one of the most celebrated and popular musicians on the planet right now.

The 19-year-old American singer-songwriter was discovered by many earlier admirers on SoundCloud, the platform on which her 2015 song ‘Ocean Eyes’ became somewhat of a sensation.

Her gradual success continued with her debut EP – Don’t Smile at Me – in 2017 and her debut studio album – 2019’s When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? – announced her as a groundbreaking talent to listeners everywhere.

With the aid of such singles as ‘Bad Guy’ and ‘You Should See Me in a Crown’, the album saw Billie earn five Grammy Awards in 2020.

She continues to expand her considerable fanbase and a forthcoming documentary is set to explore the creation of the album which made her an icon.

Le Bal des Folles (The Mad Women’s Ball) | Official Trailer

So, is the Billie Eilish documentary on Netflix? Here’s where to watch it.

Photo by Karwai Tang/WireImage

Is the Billie Eilish documentary on Netflix? Where to watch

  • No, Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry is not on Netflix. It was released theatrically and made available on Apple TV+ on Friday, February 26th 2021.

The streaming service is available in both the UK and the US.

In the UK, a monthly subscription costs just £4.99 per month. However, they also offer a free seven-day trial.

Directed by R. J. Cutler, the documentary utilises behind the scenes footage, informing audiences of the creative process of the number one album.

The most recent trailer teased an essential experience for her admirers. In it, Billie touches upon her connection with the fans: “I look into the crowd and I see every single person in there is going through something. And I have the same problems. I was like, why don’t I turn this into art instead of just living with it?”

Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry runtime

The documentary is 2 hours and 20 minutes, according to IMDb.

Across the runtime, we’re invited to explore Billie’s stage, studio and home life, combining tour videos with intimate footage of her creative process.

This content could not be loaded

Billie Eilish fans flock to Twitter

In the wake of the documentary’s release, a number of fans have announced their love for the project.

Check out a selection of tweets:

In other news, is For Life renewed?