Sunday Night: Feb 24

It’s all about Michael Jackson this Sunday when two current affairs shows screen tell-all interviews on the King of Pop.

Sunday Night‘s Matt Doran will confront family members including La Toya and Jermaine Jackson over allegations about the singer’s past.

Michael Jackson is without question one of the greatest performers of our time yet 10 years after his death his name remains mired in controversy.

To his family and his loyal fans Jackson is a mercurial Peter Pan – a broken but beautiful soul as innocent as a child. He even created his very own Neverland, a sprawling Californian ranch conjured straight from the pages of a little golden book. It was a fantasy playland for its hundreds of young visitors. But the cheerful façade hid an ugly truth.

Ten years after the King of Pop’s death, senior reporter Matt Doran uncovers what really happened behind Neverland’s wrought iron gates.

In a Sunday Night world exclusive, a former Neverland worker finally breaks her silence, recounting the shocking events she witnessed as she takes us inside Jackson’s house of horrors.

Plus one of Michael Jackson’s victims reveals the damning never before seen evidence that will expose the truth about the King of Pop.

Sunday at 8.30pm on Seven.

5 Comments:

  1. This promo makes everything sound like fact…

    “But the cheerful façade hid an ugly truth.”,

    “…Matt Doran uncovers what really happened behind Neverland’s wrought iron gates.”,

    “… recounting the shocking events she witnessed as she takes us inside Jackson’s house of horrors”

    “one of Michael Jackson’s victims reveals the damning never before seen evidence that will expose the truth about the King of Pop”

    Biased, scandalised and clickbait – completely indicative of the current level of “journalism”, not only in this country but worldwide. You’d be better off picking up a copy of New Idea and reading about who Dr Chris Brown has married this week instead.

  2. At first, you think ,is this necessary? , But it’s not like fraud etc, it’s about violation of kids, so it must be publicly set straight. I just would like everyone to be interviewed under oath and no commissions paid.

    • Michael was tried in a court of law and vindicated. He is now deceased, so anyone can come back out of the woodwork say anything about him for a quick buck and the media who missed out on seeing him go to jail back in 2005 (and hence years of scandalous headlines and $$$) can now drag him and his family through the dirt and no-one can be held accountable.

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