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Liz sat down for an interview with Scott Evans and Zuri Hall for The Vault podcast by Access Hollywood where she discussed the possibility of a second instalment.
"There was so much that made the cutting room floor because we just didn't have the time to get into it... we would love to do a part two...," she said.
She also discussed behind-the-scenes details from the making of the documentary, which sparked a renewed interest in Britney's career and the 13-year conservatorship which has been controlled by her father Jamie Spears.
She added that they're interested in going deeper into the people who have surrounded Britney throughout her time under the conservatorship.
"It's more the people around Britney, there's a lot of conversation about her business manager and the role they played about her conservatorship," she said.
Liz also shared that ever since the documentary debuted earlier this month on Hulu, the team has received new tips to investigate regarding the pop star's life and conservatorship.
"We have heard from some well-placed insiders since the documentary has aired. We've heard both very positive things and also some really interesting tips that we want to investigate further," Liz revealed.
UK viewers can watch the documentary on NOW TV. It is described by its creators as detailing "the meteoric rise and disturbing fall of Britney Spears... as it has devolved into a court battle that has reawakened her fandom and raised pressing questions about mental health and an individuals' rights.
"A re-examination of her career and a new assessment of the movement rallying against her court-mandated conservatorship capture the unsavoury dimensions of the American pop-star machine."
Viewers and fans who have already seen the 90 minute one-off doc have been left open-mouthed at the outrageously sexist, shocking and upsetting way Britney was peddled to her audience even as a young teen.
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