'Surviving R. Kelly Part II: The Reckoning,' the follow-up to the dream hampton Lifetime docuseries, is still unsettling a year later.
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"I’m fighting for my fucking life:” R. Kelly screamed and cried during first interview since sex abuse charges
Kelly’s publicist eventually had to come in to calm him down.
The six-part documentary “Surviving R. Kelly” outlines years of accusations of sexual abuse and coercion against the R&B singer.
In the week following Lifetime's 'Surviving R. Kelly,' the news cycle surrounding the Chicago singer has been unrelenting.
The Lifetime docuseries is the most comprehensive look at the sexual assault allegations made against the singer over the past two decades. Here's what we learned.
Lifetime's docuseries about R. Kelly provided a platform for his alleged victims to talk about nearly two decades of abuse, but also showed their obstacles to coming forward and finding justice.
She rips off her co-star's wig and haunts the murderers in "Menendez: Blood Brothers."
Right before the band called it quits in 1997, they inadvertently started a sound that continues to this day.
Australian actress Natasha Bassett talks about portraying her childhood idol and what she views as the film’s feminist message.
With help from the series co-creator Nancy Miller, we look back at Lifetime's revolutionary 1998 drama.