Surviving R. Kelly is a documentary about Kelly’s allegedly abusive behavior. The documentary interviews his past survivors and how they survived the R&B singer’s abuse. The 6-part docu-series goes deep into Kelly’s accusations and abuse.
The singer’s family members, former friends, past colleagues, musicians and female survivors are all interviewed in the series. John Legend and Sparkles are a few of the musicians to be extensively interviewed for the series.
In 2002 video surfaced of Kelly allegedly engaging in sexual activity with a 14-year-old. Kelly and the woman denied the video and he was never charged. In 2008, Kelly was found not guilty on 21 counts of child pornography.
In July 2017, BuzzFeed reported that Kelly at captured and imprisoned women at his Chicago and Georgia properties. These women allegedly have to fulfill him sexually and are punished if they break his rules. After this report, many people canceled Kelly amidst the #MeToo era.
The fourth episode covers Kelly’s child pornography trial and how he was found not guilty on all charges.
Surviving R. Kelly Season 1, Episode 4 Viewing Details
Date: Friday, January 4, 2019
Time: 10:05 P.M. EST
TV Channel: Lifetime
Title: “The People vs. R. Kelly”
'Surviving R. Kelly' Premiere Stream: Watch Season 1, Episode 1
How To Watch Surviving R. Kelly Season 1, Episode 4 Online
Those who aren’t customers of participating cable providers can also watch on Lifetime’s website later in the week or sign up for a free Hulu trial. You can see exclusive clips for this season on the site.
How To Watch Surviving R. Kelly Season 1, Episode 4 if You Don’t Have Cable
If you don’t have a cable provider, no worries! You can go to SlingTV and join for only $25 a month. You can click here for a full list of devices compatible with Sling TV. If you’re shy with cash, we recommend subscribing to the 7-day free trial that SlingTV offers on their website.
How To Watch Surviving R. Kelly Season 1, Episode 4 on Mobile
The Lifetime app is available for download on all smartphone app stores, including Apple and Google Play. Just use your cable log-in and you can access the series as if you were watching it on the television.