Here’s Where You Can Watch Leaving Neverland
Leaving Neverland has been making waves across the internet after its release detailed allegations from two men of sexual child abuse by Michael Jackson when they were children. If you’re interested in checking out the documentary, here’s where to watch Leaving Neverland.
It’s impossible to turn on a TV or scroll through a Twitter feed without seeing Leaving Neverland pop up somewhere. Not only is it a documentary about the King of Pop, Michael Jackson, which is already enough to be trending, but it’s about two men who allege that when they were children, they were sexually abused by Jackson at his home ranch known as Neverland.
We won’t dive into what we think, but we encourage you to check it out if you’re curious about how the story is told. It streamed this past weekend with Part One airing on HBO live on March 3, with Part Two on March 4, followed by an interview after-documentary section hosted by Oprah Winfrey.
If you missed that though, fear not — there are still plenty of ways for you to watch Leaving Neverland.
Beyond the chance to view Leaving Neverland, you’ll also get access to everything else HBO offers like their excellent True Detective show and their upcoming finale season of Game of Thrones (and all past episodes if you need to catch up).
If you want to stray away from HBO, though, there are other ways to view this documentary, although at the end of the day, you’ll still be using a version of HBO.
If you have Hulu, you can add the HBO channel for an additional cost. This is especially nice for those already subscribed to Hulu because it allows them to keep their system clutter free as HBO will be integrated within Hulu.
Another option is Amazon Prime Video. Similar to Hulu, subscribe to the HBO channel and you’ll have it integrated within your Amazon Prime Video app.
Finally, just like Hulu and Amazon Prime Video, you can utilize PlayStation Vue to subscribe to HBO and gain access to Leaving Neverland. Like Hulu, Vue is a tv-service app that allows you to watch tv shows and movies shortly after they air.
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