Leaving Neverland II is full of controversies, and over the last few days, it has become the main talking point on several social media. The documentary by HBO has received backlash from many people but, some people have shown support to the makers. Leaving Neverland takes a look at the claims of child molestation made against Micheal Jackson almost 30 years ago.
Leaving Neverland is a two-part documentary which has been created by filmmaker Dan Reed. In the documentary, Dan Reed highlights the details of the claims made by child James Safechuck and dancer Wade Robson. The documentary brings out an entirely different picture of Michael Jackson. It has no doubt being criticized a lot by the fans of Michael Jackson.
The first half of Leaving Neverland aired on March 3 on HBO. Both the parts are available on the cable’s streaming services HBO GO and HBO NOW. So far Leaving Neverland hasn’t made way towards Netflix. HBO has its streaming services (HBO GO and HBO NOW), so it seems that it will take a long time for the series to make way to Netflix.
The second part of Leaving Neverland aired on March 4. As I said earlier, both the parts are available for streaming.
Leaving Neverland is not on Hulu proper, but if you want to see it, you can subscribe to HBO via Hulu. In the case of Amazon Prime, you can do the same thing as Hulu users. You can add HBO to your account.
A lot of people still haven’t seen the documentary, and I am sure they are really intrigued by the reviews and other comments that have been floating social media recently. The documentary involves one of the most popular music icons of our time so, there is no doubt that there will be a lot of mixed reactions.