Shawn Mendes’ Documentary ‘In Wonder’ Premieres on Netflix This Week and Here Are Some Events You Can Attend


Following the release of his latest single “Wonder,” Canadian singer-songwriter Shawn Mendes is coming out with a documentary called In Wonder on Netflix and is holding several virtual events.

After releasing his latest single “Wonder” on October 2, 2020, Mendes is releasing his fourth studio album of the same name on December 4, 2020. A documentary depicting how he came to write this album and grew as a songwriter is premiering on Netflix next week.

Mendes’ upcoming documentary In Wonder will premiere globally on Netflix on Monday, November 23, 2020. Netflix will be holding several virtual events that fans can RSVP to including a Toronto Virtual premiere on November 22 at 1:00 PM PT and more. Mendes will also be holding a global watch party on November 23 at 12:01 AM PT and a YouTube live stream event on November 24 at 4:00 PM PT. The film directed by Grant Singer will chronicle Mendes’ childhood, rise to fame, and journey navigating his way through the music industry.

The November 22 Toronto Virtual premiere will not only include an early screening of the film, but also an intimate Q&A with Mendes afterward. The Global Watch party on November 23 will allow a select group of fans to watch the documentary live with Mendes online (and other fans can chat with him on Twitter).

Lastly, the live stream event on Netflix’s Youtube on November 24 will feature surprise announcements and a conversation between singer Alicia Keys and Mendes. All of these events have limited space so click this link to RSVP to one of the events and you will be notified if you get selected to join one.

Fans have expressed their excitement about the highly-anticipated documentary on Twitter, following Mendes’ announcement of the release date. Many have already signed up for the numerous live release parties and are ready to celebrate Mendes’ achievements.

We look forward to watching the documentary next week and watching Mendes’ rise to fame and well-deserved success. We can’t wait to listen to Wonder in December but until then, we will be playing the Canadian singer’s other hits on repeat.