After having been released in Netflix Japan, the HBO/Channel 4 documentary Leaving Neverland is coming to Netflix UK on March 20, 2021.
Two years ago, the controversial documentary made headlines worldwide when it was first released to the public in 2019.
Dan Reed, for Amos Pictures, created the documentary film in two parts. It examines allegations against Michael Jackson made by Wade Robson (for Amos Pictures) and James Safechuck.
The show won a Primetime Emmy Award and aired in the United States on HBO, Channel 4 and Channel 4 in March 2019.
It appears that Netflix UK will get Leaving Neverland sometime in March 2021. Although it was added briefly to Netflix UK's library on February 15, Netflix clearly jumped the gun and made it available for purchase a lot sooner than expected.
Netflix UK will receive the Channel 4 shorter version. This was done to allow for advertising. Britbox UK, however, will have the longer cut.
There is approximately a 47-minute difference between the Channel 4 and other versions.
We’ll update this article once we have the official date for release but we’d recommend you keep this page bookmarked or our guide for Netflix UK March 2021 releases.
Netflix UK will soon be able to stream Leaving Neverland. Kew Media handled sales and the documentary was eventually sold in 130 countries.
The documentary is permanently available on HBO Max in the United States. It has been there ever since its launch and it is likely to stay there.
The documentary series can be viewed on Crave in Canada and Stan in Australia.
We mentioned that Netflix Japan has the documentary in two parts. It carries Netflix Original branding, and was released in June 2019.
Since December 2020, Netflix Greece also has the documentary series.
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