Janet Jackson is a two-part documentary for simultaneous broadcasts in Lifetime and A&E

Janet Jackson She’ll be celebrating the 40th anniversary of her eponymous debut album in 1982 with a two-part documentary that will air simultaneously on Lifetime and A&E, Networks announced Wednesday. Initially titled Jeanette, The documentary is expected to premiere in early 2022.

The pop icon, who works as executive producer alongside Randy Jackson on the project, has been given unprecedented access, and the documentary will include archive footage, never-before-seen home videos, and interviews with celebrities. The two nights and four hour film is directed by Ben Hirsch.

The documentary has chronicled her personal life and career for three years. Jackson and her family mourn over her father, Joseph, the patriarch of the Jackson family who passed away in 2018. Jackson also discusses her 2004 Super Bowl performance with Justin Timberlake, the death of her brother Michael Jackson, and becoming a mother.

On Wednesday, for life, too Advertise A two-movie deal with another music icon, Reba McEntire. MacIntyre would produce and star in two films for the network. One of them is a tentatively titled vacation movie Christmas in tune Which will contain an original MacIntyre song. The other is a non-vacation movie, which is in development for 2022.

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