Watch ‘Robin Roberts Presents: Mahalia’ Lifetime Movie Online

Mahalia Jackson Lifetime Movie Online

The next Lifetime Movie is a change of pace as it jumps from fiction to non-fiction with the story of gospel singer Mahalia Jackson (Danielle Brooks) in the all-new 2021 movie, Robin Roberts Presents: Mahalia.

From the hit song Move on Up a Little Higher to singing alongside Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and at John F. Kennedy’s inaugural ball, Mahalia’s story of triumph and support of Civil Rights is finally being told.

The Robin Roberts Presents: Mahalia premiere date and time is Saturday, April 3rd at 8/7c on the Lifetime cable TV channel. Find out how to stream and watch the Robin Roberts Presents: Mahalia Lifetime movie online free without cable.

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The official synopsis for Robin Roberts Presents: Mahalia reads, “Born in New Orleans, Mahalia began singing at an early age and went on to become one of the most revered gospel figures in U.S. history, melding her music with the civil rights movement. Her recording of the song “Move on Up a Little Higher” sold millions of copies, skyrocketing her to international fame and gave her the opportunity to perform at diverse settings including in front of a racially integrated audience at the prestigious Carnegie Hall and at John F. Kennedy’s inaugural ball. An active supporter of the Civil Rights Movement, Jackson sang at numerous rallies, including the March on Washington in 1963 alongside Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., in hopes that her music would encourage and inspire racial equality. From Rock’n Robin Productions and Lincoln Square Productions, Mahalia is executive produced by Robin Roberts and Linda Berman.”

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