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Having made the difficult decision to cancel the concert, the brothers remain split into two camps. Jermaine and Tito, who still want to go forward; and Jackie and Marlon, who have decided they are done. With a concert no longer hanging over their heads, the Jackson brothers try to return to life as usual. But when Jermaine and Tito hear a hot new track that was written for them, they pull out all the stops to convince Marlon and Jackie to give it a chance. An inspirational visit to a teenage juvenile detention center builds to an emotional and surprise gathering, leaving the brothers to wonder, what's next?
In Santa Barbara at their secluded location, hoping to focus on nothing but their upcoming concert, Jermaine continues to confront his brothers about their lack of support for his delayed Michael Tribute concert. The brothers make some progress in the recording studio, but it's not long before they begin to butt heads. When an argument between Jermaine and Marlon sends the recording session spiraling out of control, the entire project is suddenly put into question, and the brothers split into two, contentious groups.
With the premiere of Michael's concert documentary, This Is It, approaching, the Jackson brothers must face the emotional decision of whether or not to attend--knowing no matter what decision they make, they will face criticism. The night of the premiere is emotional for all the brothers, but especially Tito, who makes a last minute, unexpected decision. Later, all four brothers decide it's time to focus on their concert and retreat to a secluded location to avoid all other distractions. The first night gets off to a good start, until Jermaine decides it's time to face his brothers with a long held grudge.
Despite their looming concert obligation, the Jackson brothers set off to different corners of the globe to pursue their own personal projects. Marlon works on a lifelong dream development project in Nigeria. Jermaine records a song with a top Indian musical artist in Mumbai to help the city recover from their terrorist attacks. And Tito prepares for his first solo performance in London, opening for Gladys Knight. Marlon and Jackie travel to London to see Tito perform, but before they do, they take in the "Thriller Live" musical based on Michael's work, and once again, the brothers are overwhelmed by memories of their late brother. Tito has a triumphant concert at historic Wembley Arena.
After laying Michael to rest, the Jackson brothers learn that they're expected to make good on a concert agreement they signed before Michael's passing. With the fear of negative media attention so soon after Michael's death and an apparent rift between Jermaine and his siblings, the brothers debate whether to go forward with the show.