Oprah Winfrey sits down with Michael Jackson accusers Wade Robson, James Safechuck, after the much-talked-about “Leaving Neverland” documentary airs Monday night.

Winfrey’s chat, titled “Oprah Winfrey Presents: After Neverland”, will air on HBO and OWN immediately after the second and final part of the Jackson doc, Deadline reports.

“Leaving Neverland” focuses on the two alleged cases of sexual abuse against Jackson, who died in June 2009.

The late musician’s family members recently filmed a candid chat about the documentary for “CBS This Morning”, due to air Thursday.

A sneak peek of the interview sees Tito, Marlon, Jackie, and Taj Jackson sit down with Gayle King to blast the accusations made by Robson and Safechuck.

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“If Neverland was so horrifying for [Robson], why did he keep going back?” Marlon asks. “The facts are public record. I mean, what he testified under oath are all the different things that he said.”

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Robson and Safechuck were greeted with standing ovations from 100 sexual abuse survivors after the two-part documentary finished and continued into”Oprah Winfrey Presents: After Neverland”.

The emotional chat with Oprah Winfrey focused on child sex abuse, which Winfrey called “a scourge on humanity.”

Winfrey reached out to the film’s director Dan Reed after watching “Leaving Neverland” saying, ‘Dan, you were able to illustrate in these four hours what I’ve tried to explain in 217.” The media mogul is a strong advocate for child sexual abuse and has explored the topic on 217 episodes of “The Oprah Winfrey Show”.

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During the interview, Reed addresses the criticism he received from the Jackson family after not including their perspectives in the film: “What is the journalistic value of interviewing someone saying, ‘Michael was a really nice guy. He never did anything to a child.’ And that person has a gigantic vested interest, a financial interest, in smearing these two young men.”

Both Safechuck and Robson are now married with children and discuss the troubling emotions after being abused by Michael Jackson. Safechuck said, “When the abuse started on tour, I thought, Am I gay? I was also developing a crush on [Jackson backup singer] Sheryl Crow at the time.”

At the end of the 90-minute discussion, both men expressed their gratitude towards the positive reactions they have received since coming forward. In particular, Robson says the standing ovation at the Sundance Film Festival was “particularly gratifying.”