Lifetime is following the explosive success of Surviving R. Kelly by producing a follow-up piece about more of the embattled musician's accusers.
Surviving R. Kelly: The Aftermath will be a four-hour documentary special that will include interviews with those who claim to be new survivors as well as psychologists and experts on the case.
The six-part documentary Surviving R. Kelly aired in January and has since been seen by more than 26.8 million people and received a 2019 Emmy nomination for best informational series or special.
The network is also planning a new documentary that looks at those who say they were victims of another powerful man: Jeffrey Epstein.
Surviving Jeffrey Epstein, which is currently in development, will focus on the women and girls who allege the financier sexually assaulted and abused them.
The documentary will also look at how Epstein was able to hide his alleged criminality in plain sight with the help of his connected friends.
Epstein was charged last week with sex trafficking of minors.
He pleaded not guilty and faces as much as 45 years in prison if convicted.