Michael Jackson documentary ‘Leaving Neverland’ full coverage
The Michael Jackson documentary “Leaving Neverland” has been generating headlines ever since it was announced in early January that it would premiere at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival. In the film, Wade Robson and James Safechuck share their stories of being allegedly sexually abused by Jackson when they were children and how they have since come to terms with the trauma. (Jackson’s estate has issued heated denials about the accusations made in the film.)
Look back at The Times’ complete coverage of the headlines so far, and keep this page bookmarked for the latest developments.
Former child star Corey Feldman came to Michael Jackson’s defense on Monday after the polarizing HBO docuseries “Leaving Neverland” accused the late King of Pop of sexual abuse.
“You can’t touch me ’cause I’m untouchable,” Michael Jackson sang on his last real studio album, and for years that appeared to be true.
HBO aired the first half of its two-part, four-hour-long Michael Jackson documentary “Leaving Neverland” Sunday with viewer reaction divided among mortification, denial and rage.
Review: HBO’s ‘Leaving Neverland’ is a disturbing portrait of Michael Jackson and childhood trauma
Michael Jackson’s been gone since 2009, but when “Leaving Neverland” arrives Sunday on HBO, it does so amid a new, or perhaps rekindled, controversy regarding the King of Pop.
Oprah Winfrey is arguably the most famous survivor of childhood sexual abuse in the world.
Oprah Winfrey will sit down with James Safechuck and Wade Robson, the two men who allege they were sexually abused by Michael Jackson in the upcoming HBO documentary “Leaving Neverland,” in an hourlong television special.
The ongoing feud between Michael Jackson’s estate and HBO over the documentary “Leaving Neverland” escalated on Thursday, with the estate filing a lawsuit alleging that the cable channel is violating non-disparagement agreements it had made with the pop star prior to his death.
They spoke out against Michael Jackson in ‘Leaving Neverland.’ Now, they’re facing the fallout
They’d told their stories before, first in the quiet confines of therapists offices, then explicitly in court documents.
The new stage musical inspired by the life of Michael Jackson has hit a snag on its way to Broadway amid renewed scrutiny of the pop star’s legacy.
On Friday, HBO announced an air date for “Leaving Neverland,” the two-part documentary from filmmaker Dan Reed about Wade Robson and James Safechuck’s claims of sexual abuse by pop star Michael Jackson.
Commentary: Watching ‘Leaving Neverland’ after a lifetime of loving Michael Jackson
Roughly an hour into “Leaving Neverland,” it felt like my chest had caved in.
Michael Jackson’s family is speaking out about the controversial new docu-series “Leaving Neverland,” which sent shock waves through the Sundance Film Festival over the weekend — and ignited a fury online from fans who have yet to see the film.
Nearly 10 years after his death, the Michael Jackson brand is stronger than ever.
Commentary: Michael Jackson documentary ‘Leaving Neverland’ gets Sundance off to a shattering start
Times film critic Justin Chang is keeping a regular diary over the course of a week at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival.
‘Leaving Neverland’ director talks Michael Jackson sexual abuse accusations and potential fallout
A few years ago, when Dan Reed first learned that two men had filed child sexual abuse lawsuits against Michael Jackson, he was stunned.
Michael Jackson estate rips controversial ‘Leaving Neverland’ doc: ‘It has always been about money’
The Michael Jackson estate has responded to a controversial documentary about the late pop icon centered on two men who accuse him of sexually abusing them as children.
The new four-hour documentary “Leaving Neverland,” in which two men accuse late singer Michael Jackson of sexually abusing them as children, sent shock waves through the Sundance Film Festival at its premiere here Friday.
Michael Jackson documentary accusers Wade Robson and James Safechuck: A brief history of their abuse claims
The instant “Leaving Neverland” was announced, controversy ensued.
Michael Jackson’s estate has decried a documentary set to premiere this month at the Sundance Film Festival that features two men who say they were sexually abused by the singer.
The Sundance Film Festival announced two additional documentaries have been added to the 2019 lineup Wednesday, each assured to make headlines.