A New Netflix documentary “Halftime” about Jennifer Lopez offers a behind the scenes look into the artist’s personal life dealing the ups and downs of fame.

Started as a documentary about what the next half of Jennifer Lopez’s life would have in store for the award-winning artist, “the whole movie changed,” according to producer Dave Broome.

The all-access Netflix documentary “Halftime” began filming as J-Lo ended her residency in Las Vegas on the verge of turning 50, preparing to set out on her It’s My Party tour.

However, events would occur that made for four years of “constant fluidness” that morphed the final product.

The result, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and was released on Netflix 14 June is an intimate view of J-Lo.

From the making and promoting of the movie “Hustlers” and dealing with an Oscar snub, to being a person not “into politics” needing to make a political statement at the 2020 Superbowl.

Viewers will also see how jokes at J-lo’s personal expense as she was rising to the heights of stardom took a toll on her.

When Lopez was asked to perform at the 2020 Super Bowl with Shakira, she was honored.

However, she became frustrated with the conditions laid out for splitting the stage time with just 12 minutes to perform divided evenly between the two.

There was no professional envy with her fellow singer about having to share the stage for a job that is typically done by one headliner.