Explosive Woody Allen’s four-part documentary series coming on HBO

The story of Woody Allen’s famous relationship with Mia Farrow and their family is set to be investigated in a four-section narrative on HBO.

Coordinated by Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering, Oscar-nominated documentarians, the arrangement named “Allen v. Farrow” delves profound into one of Hollywood’s most open outrages — the allegation that Allen had explicitly mishandled his then 7-year-old received girl Dylan. Allen has over and again denied the charge.

In the bitter custody battle that followed it was uncovered that Allen had been having a relationship with Farrow’s embraced little girl Soon-Yi Previn. Allen in the end wedded Previn.

HBO will debut a big appearance the principal scene in the arrangement on Feb. 21, with new portions circulating on resulting Sundays.

The series is suggestive of HBO’s inclusion in the Michael Jackson documentary “Leaving Neverland,” as both were shot in secret. Jackson had been blamed for pedophilia before his demise in 2009. He denied the allegations.

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