Madonna‘s not ready to take off her crown as the queen of pop just yet. In her new concert film Madame X, which is now streaming on Paramount+, the pop star brings just as much charisma and energy while on tour for her 14th studio album as she did back in 1985.

Filmed in Lisbon, Portugal in January 2020—so just a few months before the world shut down thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic—the documentary captures the icon in her element: performing for sold-out audiences and touring around the world.

And it comes with an espionage twist: Madame X is Madonna’s persona, “a secret agent traveling around the world, changing identities, fighting for freedom and bringing light to dark places.”

Madonna herself is credited as co-directing the film, alongside Ricardo Gomes, Sasha Kasiuha, and Nuno Xic. The film will also be accompanied by a live album of the concert, released on the same day.

The true fans won’t want to miss a moment, so here’s what you need to know about how to watch the Madonna documentary Madame X, including what time Madame X will be on Paramount+.


If you live in the U.S., Latin America, Australia, the Nordics, and Canada, then you will be able to stream Madame X exclusively on Paramount+. The film will be free with a Paramount+ subscription. If you live outside of those regions, you will be able to watch Madame X on MTV.

Formerly known as CBS All Access, Paramount+ is the rebranded streaming service for ViacomCBS and features content from CBS All Access, CBS, Showtime, BET, Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon, Paramount Pictures, Pluto TV, and more company brands.  Subscribers in the U.S. can get a premium plan for $9.99/month, or an ad-supported plan for $5.99/month.

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