Oprah Winfrey Presents: After Neverland is set to air on 4 March at 10pm, right after the second half of the documentary concludes.
The interview will be recorded on Thursday in front of an audience comprised of sexual abuse survivors, and people who have lived through the consequences of abuse, according to Variety.
Leaving Neverland, directed by Dan Reed, premiered last month at the Sundance Film Festival. Jackson's family has denied the allegations laid out in the film.
Robson, 36, and Safechuck, 40, both came forward as adults, first via 2013 lawsuits and later in the documentary, to talk about the alleged abuse, which Robson says started when he was 7, Safechuck when he was 10.
Both had previously told authorities there had been no abuse, with Robson testifying in Jackson's defence at the 2005 molestation trial that ended with the superstar's acquittal.
In a lawsuit filed last week, Jackson's estate alleges that Leaving Neverland violates a 1992 contract agreeing the channel would not disparage Jackson in the future. HBO called the lawsuit a desperate attempt to undermine the film.
Additional reporting by agencies.
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