Netflix, which has not yet been named, is said to have been in production even before The New York Times released its documentary with the streaming service Hulu recently last week.
The documentary, “Framing Britney Spears”, depicts the artist’s life under guardianship and has attracted worldwide attention since its first release. Among other things, this led to Justin Timberlake, who dated Britney Spears between 1998-2002, making an apology on social media about how he treated women.
The documentary too Giving new life to the #FreeBritney movement. For many years the movement has been concerned with the state of the artist’s life, and believes that Britney Spears was fascinated by her father rather than under her guardianship.
Netflix previously competed with other production companies on the same topic. For example, both Netflix and Hulu produced documentaries about the Fire Festival, which was marketed as a luxury festival in the Bahamas but ended in disaster. Additionally, the streaming service is currently in competition with production company MGM to film the events surrounding Gamestop, something DN has previously reported.
The documentary on Netflix is directed by Irene Lee Carr, who is best known for crime documentaries such as “Mommy Dead and Dearest.” Bloomberg wrote that his release date has not yet been set.
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