From Fyre Festival to the Conor McGregor: Notorious documentary, there is a wealth of incredible documentaries available online right now.
The latest investigative piece is called Leaving Neverland, which focuses on allegations made by two men, who both claim that Michael Jackson sexually abused them as children.
Split into two parts, the doco aired on Channel 4 over two nights before it was immediately uploaded online – here’s how you can catch the most-talked-about documentary in the world!
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What is Leaving Neverland About?
The Michael Jackson documentary focuses on in-depth interviews with Wade Robson and Jimmy Safechuck, who both claim that they were sexually abused by the global pop star in the early 1990s.
The film is a joint production between Channel 4 and U.S.A broadcaster Home Box Office (HBO).
It premiered at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival on January 25th, 2019.
Director Dan Reed said of the documentary:
In my storytelling, I don’t choose to criticize Jackson directly, or comment on his actions, motives, or reasons why. I’ve left it quite neutral, deliberately. But make no mistake, the story is one of a criminal sexual predator.
How to Watch Leaving Neverland – on TV!
Part 1 of Leaving Neverland aired on Channel 4 on Wednesday, March 6th.
Part 2 aired the next day on Thursday, March 7th.
Unfortunately, there are no scheduled repeats of the two-part documentary, meaning the only option you have to watch the series on TV is via TV catch up apps such as Sky Go.
For viewers from the USA, the MJ documentary aired around the same time on HBO.
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How to Watch Leaving Neverland – Online!
Currently, the only way to watch Leaving Neverland online is via the official Channel 4 media player, ALL4.
Part 1 and part 2 are both available on the website now, and will remain there for around 30 days.
Leaving Neverland is not on Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, Amazon Prime or any other streaming platforms.
For USA viewers, you should be able to catch up with documentary via HBO.
Alternatively, you can access ALL4 via a VPN tool, with details on how to do this below.
WATCH LEAVING NEVERLAND ON THE ALL4 PLAYER.