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‘Allen v. Farrow’: How to Watch HBO Docuseries About Director’s Sexual Abuse Allegations

Four-part series features interviews with Mia Farrow, Dylan Farrow, Ronan Farrow, Carly Simon, prosecutor Frank Maco and more

The very public and scandalous divorce of Woody Allen and Mia Farrow — including custody battles, allegations of sexual abuse and the filmmaker’s secret relationship with his adopted daughter — are the focus of the new HBO docuseries Allen v. Farrow, streaming now on HBO Max.

Through archival footage, the teaser for the four-part series first shows the Hollywood power couple and their family in happier times before fissuring. The trailer then hints at the scandal and investigation into the director’s alleged sexual abuse involving Dylan, his then seven-year-old daughter with Farrow. “What you think you know is just the tip of the iceberg,” the now-adult Dylan says in the trailer.

How to Watch Allen v. Farrow Online

If you want to watch the new Woody Allen documentary online, you’ll need to sign up for HBO Max. The streaming service is where you can watch Allen v. Farrow, along with shows like The Flight Attendant and The Undoing, the Tiger Woods documentary, and first-run Warner Bros. movies (Wonder Woman 1984, Dune, The Matrix 4, Godzilla Vs. Kong and The Suicide Squad, among others).

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An HBO Max subscription costs $14.99 a month (about the same price as Netflix). Your best HBO Max deal: sign-up for a six-month plan here, which saves you 20% over paying month-to-month (note: the HBO Max 20% off deal expires in March so you’ll want to take advantage of the offer soon).

If you want to watch Allen v. Farrow on HBO Max for free, AT&T wireless subscribers get HBO Max for free as part of their phone, internet and video plans (click here to see if your plan qualifies). To activate, simply download the HBO Max app, sign in with your AT&T or DIRECTV login credentials and start streaming HBO Max for free.

What is Allen v. Farrow About?

Allen v. Farrow was directed by Kirby Dick & Amy Ziering — the filmmakers behind the campus rape documentary The Hunting Ground and On the Record, about the accusations of sexual abuse against Russell Simmons — and Amy Herdy.

Allen v. Farrow examines the shattering effects of trauma on a family and is a haunting depiction of the skepticism and backlash that can result from an accusation,” HBO said of the docuseries.

“This gripping series interweaves new investigative work – meticulously pieced together via intimate home movie footage, court documents, police evidence, revelatory videotape and  never-before-heard audio tapes –  with exclusive, in-depth interviews on the subject with Mia Farrow, Dylan Farrow, Ronan Farrow, family friend Carly Simon, prosecutor Frank Maco, relatives, investigators, experts and other first-hand eyewitnesses – many of them speaking publicly about the events for the first time,” HBO added. “The series also includes prominent cultural voices exploring Allen’s body of work in a broader context and reflecting on how public revelations about the personal lives of artists can lead to re-evaluations of their work.”

Allen v. Farrow Premiere Date, Runtime

The first episode of Allen v. Farrow aired Sunday, February 21st, with subsequent episodes on the following Sundays on HBO and HBO Max (watch it here). Each episode runs between 55 and 75 minutes in length.

Since the Dylan allegations resurfaced against Allen in the aftermath of the #MeToo movement, the director has seen the release of his 2019 film A Rainy Day in New York canceled, with Allen unable to find U.S. distribution for his recent movies after Amazon abruptly ended their partnership.

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