Lifetime and A&E are heading into the Rhythm Nation with a four-hour documentary about the life and music of Janet Jackson, working titled ‘JANET.” In 1982 when she was 16, Jackson’s first album, titled “Janet Jackson,” was released in 1982 when she was 16.
Lifetime and A&E are heading into the Rhythm Nation with a four-hour documentary about the life and music of Janet Jackson. The working titled “JANET,” will feature memorable events leading up to Jackson’s first first album, titled “Janet Jackson.”
It comes as her dad, Joe Jackson, a pivotal figure in the Jackson dynasty, died in 2018, and will detail her return to the world stage following a sudden break from music. She will discuss her controversial Superbowl appearance with Justin Timberlake in 2004, the death of her brother Michael and becoming a mother later in life.
Filming on “JANET” has been production for three years, is produced by Workerbee and AEC (Associated Entertainment Corporation) will be co-producer. Janet Jackson and Randy Jackson will exec produce alongside Rick Murray and Brie Miranda Bryant. Ben Hirsch serves as director.