‘Framing Britney Spears’ explores the pop icon’s court battle over her estate – here’s how to watch the documentary on Hulu and FX

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Over the last 13 years, pop star Britney Spears has been subject to a conservatorship which prevents her from controlling the rights to her estate. And now, a new documentary titled “Framing Britney Spears” aims to shed light on the musician’s legal fight and her years under the media’s microscope.

Framing Britney Spears” is part of the “The New York Times Presents” series of documentaries, and aired as the sixth episode of the show on FX and Hulu. The film covers the musician’s past and the events that led up to the current court batter over her estate.

Since 2008, Spears has been under a conservatorship which grants her father, Jamie Spears, and a lawyer control over her financial and personal assets. Following the episode’s airing, new developments have already occurred which could alter the dynamic of the conservatorship.

Hulu and FX aren’t the only platforms exploring the life and career of Britney Spears. According to Bloomberg, Netflix is reportedly working on a Britney Spears documentary of its own. It’s unclear what aspect of Spears’ life the new doc will focus on, however, and there’s no release date yet.

If you haven’t tuned into “Framing Britney Spears,” here’s how you can watch the documentary everyone is talking about on Hulu and FX.

How to watch ‘Framing Britney Spears’

Framing Britney Spears” is now available to watch on Hulu and FXNow. Although the documentary is known as “Framing Britney Spears,” it’s listed on streaming services under its full title: “The New York Times Presents Framing Britney Spears.” 

The documentary is part of a series presented by both Hulu and FX, the latter of which aired the program for the first time on February 5.

If you don’t have a Hulu account, you can sign up for one and get a 30-day trial. After your trial is up, Hulu Basic costs $6 per month or $60 per year. As part of a special promotion, college students can get Hulu Basic for just $2 per month. Hulu Basic has commercials, however, so if you want ad-free playback you’ll need to sign up for the Hulu Premium plan for $12 per month plan. 

If you’re looking for even more streaming content, you can bundle Hulu with Disney Plus and ESPN+ for $13 per month. That’s $6 less than you’d pay if you bought all three separately.

In addition to Hulu, you can also watch “Framing Britney Spears” through the FXNow app and website. FXNow is the FX cable network’s companion service for streaming shows and programs it airs on TV. The app, however, requires you to sign into a pay-TV account from a supported provider, such as AT&T TV, DirecTV, Verizon Fios, and Spectrum. 

Once you log in, you can use the FXNow app to watch “Framing Britney Spears” on your web browser, iOS device, Android device, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Xbox One, and more.

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