Lifetime has announced that it will air a 2 hour follow-up to "Surviving R. Kelly" on May 4th.
It will be called "Surviving R. Kelly: The Impact" and will address the impact the first docuseries has had across the globe, how it has opened up and heightened the conversation on sexual violence and what it means to be a survivor.
After Lifetime aired "Surviving R. Kelly," Cook County State's Attorney, Kim Foxx, asked for any women who were possible victims of R. Kelly's alleged abuse to come forward. Kelly now faces 10 counts of criminal sex abuse for allegedly abusing 4 young women. Three of the 4 were allegedly underage at the time of the abuse. The singer, songwriter has pleaded not guilty to all charges.
"Surviving R. Kelly: The Impact" will be hosted by Soledad O'Brien and airs at 9 p.m.CT on May 4th.