Michael Jackson documentary Leaving Neverland is available now to watch for free online.
Directed by Dan Reed, Leaving Neverland: Michael Jackson and Me sees two men who recount their experiences of being allegedly sexually abused by Michael Jackson.
After premiering in the US on HBO earlier this year, the two-part doc gained worldwide attention.
An average audience of more than 4 million viewers tuned in to the show when it first aired on UK TV.
Part 1 of Leaving Neverland aired on Channel 4 on Wednesday, March 6th between 9PM and 10:50PM. Part 2 followed the next day (March 7) also at 9PM.
Stream Michael Jackson documentary Leaving Neverland online
You can watch both parts of the feature length documentary online now for free via All4 right here.
Channel 4 warn: “Strong language and graphic descriptions of child sexual abuse that viewers may find distressing. This programme isn’t suitable for younger viewers.”
Currently, the documentary is NOT available on Netflix UK or other streaming platforms.
Non-UK viewers are able to watch the doc via HBO.
Following the airing of the documentary it’s been claimed a number of radio stations also stopped playing Michael Jackson’s songs while a statue of the singer has been removed from the National Football Museum in Manchester.
It’s also been claimed that Strictly Come Dancing has ‘banned’ use of Jackon’s music on the BBC One series.
The estate of the late Michael Jackson previously branded the allegations in the documentary “dated” and and “discredited”.
They said in a statement to TMZ: “This is yet another lurid production in an outrageous and pathetic attempt to exploit and cash in on Michael Jackson.”
Relatives of Jackson have also defended him against the claims.
The singer’s nephew, Taj Jackson, told Reuters: “This is the 10-year anniversary of my uncle’s death. We should be mourning, but instead we are being bombarded with lies.”
Speaking of his film, Director Dan Reed said: “If there’s anything we’ve learned during this time in our history, it’s that sexual abuse is complicated, and survivors’ voices need to be listened to. It took great courage for these two men to tell their stories and I have no question about their validity.”