When Oprah Winfrey Always had her day talk show, she had the respect and admiration of millions of viewers. This is because she has always shed light on controversial and sensitive topics and has had powerful revelations, moving stories and stimulating insights. And she'll do the same with a new TV special that will follow the premiere of the movie Michael Jackson documentary on sexual abuse Leave Neverland.
After the premiere of the two-part documentary Leave Neverland March 3 and 4, HBO and OWN (Oprah Winfrey Network) will broadcast Oprah Winfrey presents: After Neverland, a conversation with documentary subjects Wade Robson and James Safechuck, as well as director Dan Reed. What makes the conversation even more painful is that it has been recorded with an audience of survivors of sexual abuse and those affected.
Oprah Winfrey presents: After Neverland will be released Monday, March 4 at 22:00 ET / PT after the end of the second part of Leave Neverland. It will be broadcast simultaneously on HBO and OWN and will also be available on Watch OWN, HBO NOW, HBO Go, HBO OnDemand and the streaming platforms of our partners the same day.
Leave Neverland is already facing the disdain of loyal Michael Jackson fans for reporting sexual abuse allegations that they believe have proven to be false over the years. The estate and the family of Michael Jackson also expressed their opposition to the documentary and denied the pretensions. But this documentary arrives and, as our own critic of the film says, "it will completely change the way Michael Jackson thinks." And more than likely, this special Oprah Winfrey Michael Jackson will only amplify what the documentary accomplishes.
If you have not seen the trailer of Leave Neverlandyou can watch it here. The official synopsis is below:
Leaving Neverland is a two-part documentary that explores the separate but parallel experiences of two young boys, 10-year-old James Safechuck, and seven-year-old Wade Robson, both of whom are linked by Michael Jackson. Through heartbreaking interviews with 37-year-old Safechuck and 41-year-old Robson, along with their mothers, wives and siblings, the film paints a picture of ongoing abuses, exploring the complicated feelings that led the two men to compare their experiences after both. had his own young son.
The first part of Leave Neverland first on Sunday, 3rd of March at 8 pm ET / PT and the second part arrives the following night on Monday, March 4 at 8 pm ET / PT exclusively on HBO, and it will be followed by Oprah Winfrey presents: After Neverland sure March 4 at 22:00 ET / PT on HBO and CLEAN.
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