The follow-up to the January docu-series Surviving R. Kelly is scheduled to air Saturday. It will include interviews with journalists, legal experts, mental health professionals and the representatives of non-profit organizations.
"In the days following the debut of Surviving R, Kelly on Lifetime, vital conversations erupted throughout the country," a press release said.
"Calls to sexual assault hotlines increased by 35 percent and #MuteRKelly activists were galvanized to protest for R. Kelly's record label to drop him."
The titular R&B singer was recently indicted on 10 felony counts of aggravated sexual assault involving four victims over the course of a decade. He has denied any wrongdoing.