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- "Dancing with the Devil" is a docuseries focused on Demi Lovato's career and struggles with addiction.
- The first three episodes of the four-part series are now available on YouTube.
- You can watch the show for free with ads, or ad-free with YouTube Premium ($12/month).
From number one records to her volunteerism and activism, Demi Lovato continues to make her mark as a pop star and public figure. Now, after suffering years of addiction, she's using her platform to reflect on her near-fatal 2018 overdose and how it's affected her life and career.
Lovato's emotional and physical battle is the focus of a new YouTube docuseries called "Dancing with the Devil." The show premiered on March 23 and promises to be an "intimate portrait of addiction, and the process of healing and empowerment," according to the official synopsis. The four-episode program is directed by Michael D. Ratner, who produced the 2020 docuseries "Justin Bieber: Seasons."
The docuseries debuted just weeks before Lovato's new album, "Dancing with the Devil … the Art of Starting Over," is scheduled for release. The album comes out April 2 and is set to feature popular artists such as Saweetie, Ariana Grande, and Noah Cyrus.
Where to watch 'Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil'
The first three episodes of "Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil" are now available on YouTube. The show features a total of four episodes, and the fourth and final installment will debut on April 6.
YouTube Premium costs $12 a month, and you can try it for free with a 30-day trial. The service gives you ad-free access to YouTube and YouTube Music, along with a library of exclusive content.
Aside from your web browser, you can watch the docuseries with the YouTube app via iOS devices, Android devices, Xbox, Switch, PlayStation, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku, and most smart TVs.
If you want to watch other programs about Lovato and her career, you can also check out her 2017 documentary "Demi Lovato: Simply Complicated." The film is available for free on YouTube and, if you pay for YouTube Premium, you can watch the director's cut.