Lifetime and A&E are heading into the Rhythm Nation with a four-hour documentary about the life and music of Janet Jackson . The A+E Networks brands will simulcast Janet across two nights in 2022. It comes as Lifetime has struck a two-picture deal with Reba McEntire and A&E is launching documentary series Right to Offend: The Black Comedy Revolution and Secret Origins of Hip Hop. Janet (w/t), coming on the back of the 40 th anniversary of Janet Jackson's debut album, will follow take a look at her musical success as well as her tumultuous private life. Workerbee, the British production company owned by Banijay, has been filming with Jackson over three years and has been granted exclusive access to archival footage and Janet's never before seen home videos. Related Story Gena McCarthy Exits As Lifetime’s Head of Unscripted & fyi’s Head of Programming It comes as her dad, Joe Jackson, a pivotal figure in the Jackson dynasty, died in 2018, and will detail her return to the world stage following a sudden break from music. She will discuss her controversial Superbowl appearance with Justin Timberlake in 2004, the death of her brother Michael and becoming a mother later in… Read full this story
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