Update 04/11/2019 9:06am:
Following reports that came out that suggested HBO appeared to pull "Leaving Neverland" from its programming, the network has gone on record to dismiss those claims as fake news.
"That report is untrue," HBO recently said in a statement, "Leaving Neverland" is available on HBO through April 16th and then will continue to be available on HBO NOW and HBO GO. It is now the second most watched [documentary] on HBO in 10 years having reached 7.5 million people for Part 1."
With that said, what wasn't clarified was the previous report that the documentary was scheduled to air until September, or why Oprah Winfrey has otherwise deleted tweets and videos related to the documentary from her social media accounts and YouTube channel.
Original 04/10/2019 4:39pm:
Following the revelation that claims made by one of Michael Jackson's accusers had been called into question, it's been reported that HBO has seemingly decided to suspend all further programming of the Leaving Neverland documentary by next week.
Although the documentary was set to air on HBO through September, the final scheduled listing is now set for April 17th, while Oprah Winfrey has removed all content related to Leaving Neverland from her YouTube account. Additionally, she's also deleted all of her tweets associated with the allegations against Michael Jackson.
With that said, the After Neverland interview with Wade Robson and James Safechuck and the documentary itself can still be found on HBO GO, while the network has reportedly debunked the claims as fake news.
All the same, the news comes after Safechuck's timeline of the alleged abuse was proven to be inaccurate based on photos and building permits of the Neverland Ranch in question.