Watch ‘Leaving Neverland’ Michael Jackson Documentary on HBO Online Without Cable

Watch Leaving Neverland Documentary Online

The Michael Jackson Leaving Neverland documentary premieres on HBO into major headwinds regarding controversy surrounding the child molestation allegations it shines a giant spotlight onto. That controversy will likely draw huge viewership when the first of two parts premieres tonight, Sunday March 3rd.

Find out how to watch Leaving Neverland online free without cable on a computer, tablet or phone starting at 8/7c via one of the streaming services outlined ahead.

Our first preferred way to watch Leaving Neverland online without cable is by taking advantage of a 7-day free trial of HBO via Amazon Prime. Members can jump straight in to start streaming Leaving Neverland tonight without touching a wallet after joining the trial.

No cable is required to take advantage of this free HBO offer. The regular HBO price of $14.99 per month will activate once the trial is complete, or you can cancel anytime during the trial.

If you aren’t an Amazon Prime member then simply signup for a free 30-day trial of Prime. You can then add the Prime Channels with HBO free trial on top of it to stream the Michael Jackson documentary Leaving Neverland for free.

You can also add HBO as an add-on with a Hulu Live TV subscription. The big benefit here is that Hulu offers 50 hours of DVR Cloud storage so you can watch Leaving Neverland live or save it for later. Sign up for Hulu Live TV to enjoy one of the most popular online streaming services available today.

If you have cable or satellite then you can watch Leaving Neverland online via the HBO Now streaming service that also offers a free trial. As with Amazon Prime there is no cable, DirecTV or Dish Network needed as this is a direct offering by HBO for subscribers.

Leaving Neverland Documentary

Leaving Neverland explores the experiences of James Safechuck, at age ten, and Wade Robson, at age seven, during the time they were befriended by super pop star Michael Jackson.

Both men now have sons of their own and look back at their time with Michael Jackson through emotional interviews. Their moms, wives and siblings also share their thoughts on Wade and James’ young lives.

The controversial subject of this documentary has been creating clashes between Michael Jackson fans and critics since it was announced. Jackson backers are calling Wade and James liars, while critics are calling Jackson a child abuser.

Both groups are likely to tune in and push the ratings quite high.

Leaving Neverland Part 1 airs Sunday night at 8/7. Part 2 premieres exactly 24 hours later on Monday, March 4th at 8/7c.

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