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Janet Jackson Two-Night Documentary Event Set at Lifetime and A&E

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Pop Icon Janet Jackson’s documentary JANET will air next year on Lifetime and A&E to celebrate the 40th anniversary of her first album.

What We Know:

  • Janet Jackson is celebrating the 40th-anniversary of her self-titled debut album released in 1982 when she was 16. The documentary will be a two-hour, two-night premiere event airing in early 2022. This documentary will give an intimate look into the star’s life while featuring behind-the-scenes footage and home videos.
  • The long-awaited two-part project has been in the works for three years and will cover some of the most challenging moments the singer has faced in her life.
  • One of Janet’s most challenging moments includes grieving the loss of her father, Joseph Jackson, who died of pancreatic cancer. In addition to that, some other challenging moments include her famous 2004 super bowl performance with Justin Timberlake, her older brother Michael Jackson’s tragic passing, and becoming a mom later on in life.
  • Ben Hirsh directed JANET, while Janet and Randy Jackson served as executive producers on the forthcoming project, according to

This documentary provides an opportunity for Janet to look back at her own life and reflect on her fight to the top.

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