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Most of pop superstar Britney Spears’ life has played out directly in the public eye. From The Mickey Mouse Club to megastardom courtesy of her debut single “Baby one more time” and some much publicised personal issues, it has been a glaring spotlight for the now 39-year-old.
While Spears has largely been laying low since she canceled a planned Las Vegas residency in early 2019, a new documentary has elevated her back into the international consciousness.
Launched on February 5 and produced by The New York Times, Framing Britney Spears is similar to HBO’s recent Tiger Woods documentary, Tiger, in that the protagonist is not directly involved in the project. But also similar to Tiger, it combines enough historical footage and current interviews and statements to make it more than intriguing.
As well as Spears’ extraordinary career, the doco also focuses on the management of her personal affairs by her father Jamie, which is a legal agreement known as conservatorship. It also highlights the #FreeBritney movement driven by her fans that aims to free her from that contract.
Framing Britney Spears is available through Hulu or FX. Streaming service Hulu has a wide library of TV and movie shows on demand. It also boasts a 30-day free trial for new customers. So you can watch the documentary and much more for no cost before deciding to commit.
The basic Hulu package is then $5.99 a month and comes with commercials. There is also an ad-free option for $11.99 a month.
Hulu is also available as part of the Disney+ Bundle, which adds the service to Disney+ and ESPN+. The Bundle was also recently offered with ad-free Hulu for the first time. Conditions apply.
You can also access the documentary through FX, the FXNow app and website. You need to sign in to your FX pay TV account from a supported provider such as DirecTV, AT&T TV, Dish or Spectrum.
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