"I’m gonna get it,” Oprah predicted while taping the post-Leaving Neverland one-hour special on Wednesday with film director Dan Reed and Michael Jackson accusers Wade Robson and James Safechuck. The special airs Monday on HBO and OWN. Variety's Brett Lang reports that Oprah told her audience of more than 100 abuse survivors that the issue of sexual abuse is too important to remain silent. “This movie transcends Michael Jackson,” she said. “It allows us to see societal corruption." Oprah, who made it clear that she found the accusers' allegations credible, added: "Beware of people who just want to be around your children."