This should be good.

Set to premiere tonight on the Lifetime Network, Surviving R. Kelly could be the most-watched documentary series of 2019, but R. Kelly promises to keep the show off the air due to its offensive nature to the controversial, but legendary R&B singer.

The three-part series presents first-hand accounts from those abused by Kelly as well as those who have witnessed their abuse of their friends and loved ones, but Robert Kelly’s lawyers promise to take Lifetime to federal court if the series airs, according to TMZ.

There are some who have sided with Kelly, including Diane Haughton, the mother of late R&B singer Aaliyah, who says that the allegations presented in the documentary about Kelly and her daughter are all lies.

Other interviews in the doc include Wendy Williams, singer John Legend and the singer’s ex-wife Andrea Kelly.