- Jamie vs Britney: The Father-Daughter Trials is now streaming on the OTT platform Discovery+ / Discovery Plus
- Two-part docuseries is already available to stream digitally
Britney Spears, the American singer often called the ‘Princess of Pop’, needs no introduction. In the late 90s and early 2000s, the pop star is credited with influencing the revival/ comeback of teen pop. The documentary deals with the inside story of the pop star’s controversial conservatorship. Indian audiences can watch Jamie vs Britney: The Father-Daughter Trials online. Read along to learn more details about the documentary.
Jamie vs Britney: The Father-Daughter Trials – Where and when to stream it online
The documentary has very recently started streaming on the OTT platform Discovery+ / Discovery Plus. Jamie’s story and Britney’s Story has two parts of 47 minutes each. The documentary series is already streaming. Viewers who wish to watch this can subscribe to Discovery+ by paying Rs. 399 annually or a monthly subscription of Rs. 199 monthly. The subscription plan allows users to go ad-free and gives them access to exclusive content.
Jamie vs Britney: The Father-Daughter Trials Glimpse
The two-part docuseries dives deep into both sides of the story, Britney Spears’s story and as well as Jamie Spears’s story. The YouTube channel discovery plus Nederland’ shared a glimpse of this controversial documentary on December 15th 2022.
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Jamie vs Britney: The Father-Daughter Trials – About the docu-series
If you have not figured it out yet, Jamie vs Britney: The Father-Daughter Trials is about Britney’s controversial conservatorship. The docu-series takes a closer and deeper look at the real truth behind all the headlines, accusations and everything that goes on in this public family feud (Jamie Spears vs Britney Spears). By thoroughly analyzing a huge archive of media interviews, footage, social media posts and legal testimony, this documentary series hopefully better maps out exactly what happened during Jamie Spears’ curatorship. This Discovery+ series examines the tale from two viewpoints and also asks the important question of what is the real truth.