Taylor Swift Drops 'Look What You Made Me Do (TV)' Trailer

The time for Reputation (Taylor's Edition) is drawing near. According to People , a re-recorded clip of "Look What You Made Do" was included in the Apple TV+ documentary "Dynasty: New England Patriots."

The 10-part series tells the story of the New England Patriots' 20th anniversary, featuring never-before-seen footage and interviews with former star players. In one scene, former star Danny Amendola discusses quarterback Tom Brady, and Swift's "Look What You Did (Taylor's Version)" can be heard playing in the background.

Swifties were quick to hear the trailer and expressed their excitement on social media. "Sounds much better," one fan wrote on X (formerly Twitter). “Her best album is coming soon,” another user enthused, while one added, “I’m so excited for Reputation Taylor’s version!”

This isn't the first time clipping has been used. In August 2023, a clip of "Look What You Made Me Do (Taylor's Version)" was used in the trailer for Amazon's original series "Wilderness ," giving fans their first listen to Swift's re-recorded 2017 album "Reputation" . (This would follow her 1989 releases "Taylor's Edition, " "Red ," "Speak Now" and "Fearless." )

Taylor Swift attends the 2024 Grammy Awards. Valerie Macon/AFP/Getty Images

Another new album from Swift

"Reputation" (Taylor's version) isn't her only major upcoming release. Swift will also release her 11th studio album , The Tortured Poets Department, on April 19. The hitmaker announced her latest LP at the 2024 Grammy Awards while accepting the award for Best Pop Vocal Album.

"I want to say thank you to my fans and tell you a secret I've been hiding for two years, which is that my brand new album will be released on April 19th," she said at the ceremony. "It's called 'The Ministry of Tortured Poets.' I'm going backstage right now to put the cover up."

Swift has since unveiled four different versions of her upcoming album, each of which will feature one of her recently announced bonus tracks: "The Manuscript," "The Bolter," "The Albatross" and "The Black Dog".