How to watch Allen v Farrow documentary in the UK

The documentary has sparked controversy and serious discussion.

Mia Farrow, Allen v Farrow documentary

Prolific American filmmaker Woody Allen is the subject of a new documentary from US broadcaster HBO, which explores accusations made against him by his adoptive daughter, Dylan Farrow.


She alleges that Allen molested her at the age of seven years old while he was in a relationship with her mother, actress Mia Farrow, but the director has repeatedly denied these claims and has never faced charges.

The accusations have been hotly debated over many years and covered widely in the tabloid press, with Allen’s adoptive son Moses and wife Soon-Yi among his most vocal defenders.

The new documentary Allen v Farrow intends to help unravel the case, using interviews with members of the family and home video footage.

Following its release across the pond, an air date for the UK has finally been confirmed with the docu-series set to air on Sky and NOW TV in March. Read on for everything you need to know.

How to watch Allen v Farrow in the UK

Allen v Farrow premiered on US television on Sunday 21st February. It premieres in the UK on Monday 15th March at 9pm on Sky Documentaries. Allen v Farrow will also be available to watch on NOW TV with an Entertainment Pass.

What is Allen v Farrow about?

According to HBO, Allen v Farrow “goes behind the years of sensational headlines to reveal the private story of one Hollywood’s most notorious and public scandals”.

Topics discussed across the four episodes include the sexual abuse allegations directed at Allen, the custody trial between himself and Mia Farrow, and his later relationship with her adoptive daughter, Soon-Yi.

The series utilises home movie footage, court documents and never-before-heard audio tapes, as well as featuring interviews with Mia Farrow, Dylan Farrow and Ronan Farrow, among others.

Woody Allen, Soon-Yi Previn and Moses Farrow do not appear in the documentary.

In a joint statement to The Hollywood Reporter, Allen and Previn described the docuseries as “a hatchet job riddled with falsehoods”.

They claim that the team behind Allen v Farrow approached them “less than two months ago” and gave them “only a matter of days” to respond.

The statement again denies the allegations as “categorically false”.

Allen v Farrow trailer

The full-length trailer for Allen v Farrow is available to watch below:


Allen v Farrow premieres on Monday 15th March at 9pm on Sky Documentaries and NOW TV. Looking for something else to watch? Check out our other Documentaries coverage or visit our TV Guide to see what’s on tonight.