Canvas has the broadcasting rights acquired from the controversial new documentary Leaving Neverland about Michael Jackson.
In the documentary tell two men, Wade Robson and Jimmy Safechuck, how she as a child by Michael Jackson abuse were.
The four-hour long documentary, last week at the Sundance film festival in world premiere was, in the course of the month of march, two episodes aired.
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The documentary was made by the British filmmaker Dan Reed, who had previously mainly made movies about crime and terror, and a Bafta-award for his documentary The Paedophile Hunter.
Leaving Neverland had already created a buzz of attention. The relatives of Jackson condemned the documentary for the first impression. They speak of a ‘public lynching’.
The premiere was attended by Robson and Safechuck. The two men were given a standing ovation, but also threats from Jackson fans.