BLACKPINK Netflix Special Producer Is Working On A New Project Featuring A 4th Generation Group

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In 2020, BLACKPINK: Light Up the Sky premiered on Netflix, giving many an exclusive look at the group beginning with their debut. The series featured interviews with the group and was the platform’s first K-Pop original content. 

The documentary was well-received worldwide, with director Caroline Suh and the production team receiving praise for their work.

Now, one of the special’s producers has revealed they are working on a documentary about ENHYPEN!


Cara Mones is one of four producers named of BLACKPINK: Light Up The Sky, and according to her IMDb profile, she is also a director. Her most recent work, Sorry/Not Sorry, a documentary about the sexual misconduct allegations against entertainer Louis C.K., featured her directing alongside Suh.

Caroline Suh (left) and Cara Mones (right). | Jay L. Clendenin/Los Angeles Times

Recently, Mones shared a post on Facebook asking for help finding ENHYPEN fans to be featured in a new documentary. The post mentioned the female-focused media company Hello Sunshine is producing “a feature documentary.

| Cara Mones/Facebook

Hello Sunshine is producing a feature documentary focused on ENHYPEN and is searching for fans whose love for the group has had a positive tangible impact on their lives.

Has your love for ENHYPEN inspired you in a way that has changed your life? We want to hear from you!

— Flyer

The flyer also lists a website for fans to apply and requirements to appear and be cast. Individuals must be older than sixteen, reside in and be a U.S. resident, and be available for filming in Spring 2014.

The document also asks for information like favorite ENHYPEN songs and whether or not the applicant watched I-Land.


No other information is currently available, but a feature documentary is a big deal for ENHYPEN!