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How To Watch Janet Jackson’s Documentary Free Online

The two-part documentary premieres on Lifetime and A&E on Friday (Jan. 28).

Janet Jackson’s highly anticipated documentary officially premieres on Friday (Jan. 28) on Lifetime and A&E. The second part of the doc will air the following evening.

The self-titled television event, Janet, will give exclusive access to archival footage and never-before-seen home videos from the star’s childhood to her successful career.

Tyler Perry, Missy Elliott, Whoopi Goldberg, Regina King, Samuel L. Jackson, Ciara and more will make special appearances in the documentary, along with Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, Jackson’s longtime producing partners.

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The entertainer’s brother Randy, older sister Rebbie, and their mother Katherine Jackson, will all sit down for interviews.

As fans are preparing themselves for the jaw-dropping documentary, BET.com has you covered on how to watch it for free.

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For those who already have Lifetime and A&E, Janet will stream online through the Lifetime and A&E apps. You can download them from the App Store and on Google Play.

If you don’t mind signing up for a three to seven-day trial, Sling TV and Philo are your best bet.

Sling TV’s Orange tier includes Lifetime and A&E as a part of a free three-day trial. While Philo comes with Lifetime during a free seven-day trial.

Night one of Janet premieres on Jan. 28 at 8:00 p.m. ET on Lifetime and A&E, followed by Part Two on Jan. 29 at 8:00 p.m ET.

Watch the trailer below:

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