In a new two-part documentary titled "Where is Wendy Williams?" Wendy Williams opens up about her life candidly.

On February 2, Lifetime unveiled the trailer for the upcoming documentary, offering a glimpse into the events that unfolded after Wendy Williams' daytime talk show concluded in 2022.

"In the trailer, Williams declares, "All I know is how to be famous." She expresses her desire to return to television, stating, "I really want to be back on television."

Following the release of Williams' biopic, "Wendy Williams: The Movie," in 2021, and the documentary, "Wendy Williams: What a Mess," also in 2021, Lifetime now presents the two-part series.

Elaine Frontain Bryant, Executive Vice President and Head of Programming at A&E Network, stated in a press release, "Wendy has been part of the Lifetime family for over a decade, and during that time, we partnered with Wendy for her revealing biopic and doc."

"However, her story is far from over. There's still so much more to uncover. Few truly understood the extent of Wendy's reality, so we hope that our cameras' documentation can shed light on the challenges she's currently confronting," remarked Elaine Frontain Bryant.

Williams, along with her son Kevin Hunter Jr. and manager Will Selby, are credited as executive producers for the forthcoming two-part documentary.

As per a Lifetime press release, the unfiltered documentary will delve into "Wendy's life post the conclusion of her iconic daytime show," exploring her health struggles and battles with substance abuse. It will pose the poignant question: "where is Wendy Williams?"

Lifetime reports that cameras trailed Williams for nearly two years.

The trailer depicts Williams' determination to revive her career, as well as the aftermath of her being placed under a financial guardianship, according to Lifetime.