A four-hour documentary on the life and career of singer Janet Jackson will be screened on January 28.
The billboard reported that the two-part Janet movie will be cast simultaneously on Lifetime and A&E.
The release date of the documentary and the extended trailer were released on social media on Sunday.
“Happy New Year! This is the moment we are all looking forward to – the night of #JanetJacksonDoc premieres on Friday, January 28th at 8 / 7c. @Janetjackson @aetv,” Lifetime said in a tweet.
The film marks the 40th anniversary of Janet Jackson’s first album.
Until the moment Justin Timberlake approaches his team “about Super Bowling”, Janet will see the singer discussing her famous family, including the deaths of her brother Michael and father Joseph, and her last motherhood. In 2018.
At the time, she was on social media to put an end to rumors that they would be reuniting on the halftime show stage.
Janet Jackson and Timberlake had a fall after their controversial 2004 Super Bowl performance.
Last year, Timberlake addressed his career recession after exposing one of her breasts during Jackson’s infamous halftime show performance, as illustrated in the explosive documentary Framing, in the wake of criticism for his mistreatment of his ex – girlfriend and singer Britney Spears. Britney Spears. Timberlake apologized to Spears and Jackson for his past actions.
Ben Hirsch is best known for directing documentaries on Idris Elba and Bruno v Tyson.
Janet Jackson also serves as the executive producer of the documentary, along with Randy Jackson (unrelated), Rick Murray of Workerbee, and Miranda Bryant of the A + E Network.
Janet offers exclusive access to archival footage, missing home videos, and interviews with celebrities such as Missy Elliott, Woopy Goldberg, Samuel L. Jackson, Mariah Carey and Sierra.