Janet Jackson fans never get tired of watching documentaries devoted to their idol.
A major documentary is planned to coincide with the 40th anniversary of Jackson’s debut album.
Jackson is the latest pop superstar to get the documentary treatment – Lifetime and A&E bosses in the U.S. will simulcast a new four-hour film, tentatively titled Janet, across two nights in 2022.
The documentary will chronicle her “musical success as well as her tumultuous private life”, according to a press release obtained by WENN.com.
The reclusive superstar will discuss her controversial 2004 Super Bowl appearance with Justin Timberlake, when she flashed a breast, and the death of her pop icon brother, Michael Jackson.
Deadline sources claim bosses at British production company Workerbee have been filming Jackson for over three years and have been granted exclusive access to archival footage, which will appear in the film.