HBO Says ‘Leaving Neverland’ Won’t Be Pulled From its Programming


HBO is denying stories it yanked its Michael Jackson documentary off the air, and provides … “Leaving Neverland” isn’t leaving it’s lineup any time quickly, partly due to its recognition with celebs. 

Rumors circulated this week that HBO had eliminated the 2-part documentary from its programming — there have been only a few listings of it on the lineup, however HBO tells us that’s customary ops for its documentaries.  

It says ‘Neverland’ will keep on its TV cable service for an additional week, after which it would solely be out there for streaming on HBO On Demand, HBO GO and HBO NOW for months to come back. 

HBO additionally instructed us it’s persevering with to get very vocal help for ‘Neverland’ from celebs like Ellen DeGeneres, Sia, Bill Maher, Judd Apatow, Eve, Rosie O’Donnell and Gayle King

Since its March four premiere on HBO, half 1 of ‘Neverland’ has pulled in 7.5 million viewers … based on HBO, which it says is second solely to a Scientology documentary it aired. 

HBO says whereas it’s regular to slowly cut back airings of documentaries after a number of weeks … they’ll contemplate bringing it again to TV sooner or later. For now, it would all the time be out there on its different streaming platforms.

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