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How To Watch Lifetime’s Janet Jackson Documentary: Time, Live Stream, Schedule, Next-Day Streaming Info

2022 has already delivered a plethora of interesting documentaries. On January 7, the Martin Shkreli film Pharma Bro premiered on Hulu, while the first two episodes of the buzzy new series Secrets of Playboy recently debuted on A&E (with Episode 3 airing Sunday night). This weekend, two new specials premiere: Showtime’s We Need to Talk About Cosby and the Lifetime/A&E documentary JANET JACKSON.
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Ten Things We Learned From Night One Of Lifetime's 'Janet Jackson' Documentary

Check out vintage photos of the international music sensation, alongside ten revelations from parts 1 and 2 of her documentary special event, 'Janet Jackson.'. Janet Jackson’s highly anticipated four-part documentary event, simply titled Janet Jackson., finally hit airwaves last night. The global superstar gave fans a glimpse inside her notoriously private life, sharing her personal views and feelings on her life’s events, interspersed with statements from close family members and famous industry friends and coworkers.

5 Biggest Takeaways From Janet Jackson's Revealing Documentary on Lifetime

Almost 40 years after her debut album, Janet Jackson is lifting the veil like never before. Five years in the making, the highly anticipated documentary "JANET JACKSON." premiered simultaneously on Lifetime and A&E on Jan. 28. It features archival footage and never-before-seen home videos, along with a long list of celebrity cameos, to tell Jackson's extraordinary story, including her previous marriages and the 2004 Super Bowl halftime show controversy involving Justin Timberlake. "This is my story, told by me. Not through someone else's eyes. This is the truth. Take it or leave it. Love it or hate it. This is me," the 55-year-old superstar says in the first teaser.

Here Are the Biggest Revelations from Janet Jackson's New Lifetime Documentary — So Far

Janet Jackson is telling all in the upcoming Lifetime and A&E documentary Janet, which features the star in candid conversation about everything from her personal relationships to her professional triumphs. Jackson, 55, pulled back the curtain on her most private battles, including her complicated relationships with her later father Joe...

The Biggest Revelations From Janet Jackson’s Documentary

For five years, Janet Jackson has been filming a documentary, preparing to share her accounts of the most intimate — and the most widely reported-on — moments of her life. In “Janet,” which aired its first part on Friday and continues on Saturday on Lifetime and A&E, the groundbreaking and private singer digs into everything from her childhood as the youngest in the Jackson family to long-held rumors that she had a secret baby in the 80’s to her relationship with her brother, the late Michael Jackson. “I wanted my own identity, but at that time, my father was in change of...

What to Watch Friday: New Janet Jackson documentary + true crime on Dateline, 20/20

Janet Jackson (8 p.m., LIfetime / A&E) - This new four-hour documentary marks the 40th anniversary of Janet Jackson’s first album, “Janet Jackson” in 1982. The filmmakers had full, unprecedented access to the singer, resulting in an intimate, honest and unfiltered look at her untold story. Producers filmed the documentary for over three years and had exclusive access to archival footage and never-before-seen home videos, along with star-studded interviews. In addition to her career, the film will look at Jackson’s private life for the very first time, and reveals some of her most intimate moments caught on camera. This new documentary airs across two networks on two nights, with the second part airing on Friday. In tonight’s first part, Janet’s father, Joe Jackson, puts her to work in the family show at the age of 7. Her father never asked if she wanted to be a performer, so it’s up to Janet to find her own path.

Janet Jackson Says Talking About Her Super Bowl Moment Now Is “Not Just for Me, But for Women”

Janet Jackson is addressing the negative response to her and Justin Timberlake’s Super Bowl XXXVIII halftime performance in 2004 ahead of the premiere of her career-spanning Lifetime documentary, Janet. The multihyphenate spoke to Allure for their latest cover story in an interview that touches on why she’s refrained from commenting for so many years, but also the significance of the public’s renewed interest in how she was shamed in the days and even years following the incident. “It’s tough for me to talk about that time,” Jackson told the magazine. “Whether I want to be part of that conversation or not, I...