The Janet Jackson biopic on Lifetime and A&E delivers more than expected.

The promise of A&E and Lifetime's four-part Janet Jackson docuseries is obvious.

The project, executive produced by Miss Jackson and her brother Randy, features 

never-before-seen home movie footage and interviews with stars like Tyler Perry, Samuel L. Jackson, and Missy 

Elliot.Although I've only seen two of the four hours A&E and Lifetime will air over two days, I'm not sure this 

She wrote, "'I use their expectations against them. That will be their weakness. Not mine. 

Let them all underestimate me… And when their guard is down, and their pride is rising, let me kick their

 butts.' - Batgirl, Year One #Batgirl." artist is ready to allow a candid documentary about her 

life. As if unwilling to delve too deeply into painful memories or controversial 

times, the docuseries often scurries away from big moments for the next storey point.