Last year, the very popular network HBO released the "Leaving Neverland" documentary involving Michael Jackson's alleged victims. According to Variety, "The Jackson estate sued HBO for $100 million, arguing that the documentary violated a 27-year-old non-disparagement clause from a 1992 concert film from the "Dangerous" tour. HBO argued in court that the clause is not relevant to the present issues of the case, and accused the Jackson estate of seeking to silence victims of sexual abuse." HBO is great at creating ground breaking content and I hate to see them going through this long lawsuit. I hope this does not affect the content the network produces going forward.