Logging Onto Janet Jackson: The Original Documentary

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Months into the airing of an unsanctioned documentary by Hulu, the original documentary on Janet Jackson is on air to the delight of fans. Fans are already eager to watch the Janet Jackson documentary online without having to subscribe to any channel. And you can get your airtime with the latest and the original offering about the undisputed Queen of Pop.

Her documentary has been named Janet Jackson, the name of her debut album in 1982. The documentary is in memory of the 40th anniversary of the release of the eponymous record.

The documentary will release on January 28 and has been scheduled as a 2-night, 4-hour special release. Janet Jackson will delve into the life of the sister of the King of Pop, Michael Jackson. It will also delve into the impact that Rhythm Nation’s singer had after being in the limelight for over 4 decades.

Janet Jackson Cover Many Aspects Of Her Life And Career

Janet Jackson starts from the dizzying heights of success down to the darkness of her private and personal tragedies. The controversy surrounding her brother’s legacy and the infamous incident during the Super Bowl performance in 2004.

What keeps Janet Jackson apart from another documentary is that her offering has been backed by Janet Jackson herself. She has produced the documentary along with Randy Jackson, her brother, who was one of the members of the Jackson 5.

The documentary contains archival material, rare footage of personal videos, and uncensored moments from her personal life. The documentary also features interviews involving many of her famous friends including Samuel L. Jackson, Mariah Carey, and Missy Elliot.

In a teaser, Janet said that the documentary is her story told to be herself, and not the offerings of another person. This will mark a first that fans will get to hear the acknowledged Queen of Pop recount her tale.

You can watch the documentary featuring Janet on Hulu+, Philo, and Sling. Philo comes In at the cheapest option at $25 per month and offers more than 60 channels, which includes Lifetime. Sling Orange is the best option on Sling at $35, including both A&E and Lifetime.