R. Kelly will find himself under the spotlight — and not in a positive way — in a Lifetime docuseries set to air next year.

Over the past decade, the R&B singer has been accused of multiple instances of sexual misconduct, and more serious allegations that he held several women in a 'cult,' resulting in the #MuteRKelly movement earlier this year. 

These accusations come into focus in a new trailer for Surviving R. Kelly released on Monday, a six-hour, three-part series in which several women have come forward to talk about alleged sexual, mental, and physical abuse conducted by the artist.

Rolling Stone reports there are more than 50 interviews in the series, with the likes of John Legend, R&B artist Sparkle, talk show host Wendy Williams, and civil rights activist Tarana Burke speaking up.

Surviving R. Kelly is set to air in January 2019.

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