Netflix on Wednesday released the trailer for its upcoming documentary "Britney Vs. Spears," which details the conservatory battle between pop singer Britney Spears and her father Jamie Spears.

The documentary, which shows "significant moments" in the legal battle, premieres Tuesday, a day before the next conservatorship hearing. 

On Sept. 7, Jamie Spears filed to end her conservatorship. His legal team wrote that he “believes that [Britney Spears] can handle her own life, Mr. Spears believes that she should get that chance.”

The documentary is directed by Erin Lee Carr.

The documentary includes footage of lawyers, doctors, and other experts, as well as highlights of the “conservatorship abuse.”

“What was going on inside the conservatorship? And why was she still in one if she was okay?" a voiceover says in the trailer. “There was financial incentives for Jamie, for the lawyers, Britney made other people a lot of money.”

Netflix hasn't provided the names of those who will appear in the documentary.

"Britney Vs. Spears" is not the first documentary released about the famed singer. The New York Times produced a popular film “Framing Britney Spears” which started most of the #FreeBritney hype in the first place.

The New York Times reported in June that confidential court documents showed Britney Spears had sought to end her conservatorship for years.

Spears, 39, began her entertainment career at age 3. She would later appear as a contestant on the talent show "Star Search" and at age 11 was a cast member on "The Mickey Mouse Club." Her music career began in 1999 and she would later release nine studio albums.