How to Watch 'Beyoncé Presents: Making The Gift': Live Stream, Channel, Time and More Info on 'Lion King' Soundtrack Special

Very rarely do fans get a behind-the-scenes look of Beyoncé's work process, and even less often do they get a glimpse of the inner working of the entertainment powerhouse's creative vision. Yet, fans will get to see both in action on the upcoming special, Beyoncé Presents: Making The Gift.

The special airs on ABC on Monday at 10 p.m. ET following the Season 28 premiere of Dancing with the Stars. The special will be accessible via live stream, on ABC's website and the ABC Go app, although viewers will need a cable provider login to access the stream online.

How to Watch  'Beyoncé Presents: Making The Gift'
Beyoncé Knowles-Carter attends "The Lion King" European Premiere at Leicester Square on July 14, 2019 in London, England. The ABC special: "Beyoncé Presents: Making The Gift" airs on September 16, 2019. Dave J Hogan/Getty Images

Making The Gift will walk fans through Beyoncé's creative process as she curated and created new music specifically for the album, Lion King: The Gift. Along with interviews of several of the album's contributors, the special will include never-before-seen footage of the singer and a variety of producers and current African hitmakers as they found "inspiration from deeply rooted African influences," according to the special's synopsis.

Much of the album's origin was inspired by Beyoncé's "travels throughout the continent, from the tranquility of the pyramids of Egypt to the bustling and joyous atmospheres of Nigeria and South Africa," the synopsis said.

By showcasing the work and ingenuity of Beyoncé' and her collaborators, the special aims to "highlight the beauty of the people and the vibrant sounds" that made The Gift possible.

Lion King: The Gift was an album exclusively curated and produced by Beyoncé separate from The Lion King's official soundtrack. The project, released in July, featured several notable American artists like Kendrick Lamar, Pharrell Williams and her husband Jay-Z along with dozens of African performers like Wiz Kid, Burna Boy, Yemi Alade, Tiwa Savage, Shatta Wale, Mr. Eazi and others. Beyoncé's 7-year-old daughter Blue Ivy even made an appearance on the album.

At the time of its release, Beyoncé said in an interview with ABC's Robin Roberts that the album was a "love letter to Africa," which made it vital for her to include artists that were from the continent.

"I wanted to make sure we found the best talent from Africa, and not just use some of the sounds and do my interpretation of it," the 38-year-old singer said. "I wanted it to be authentic to what is beautiful about the music in Africa."

Making The Gift marks the second time Beyoncé has invited viewers into the intimate spaces within her creative and musical world this year. The mother-of-three let fans in on the grueling process she underwent to prepare for her 2018 Coachella Music & Arts Festival performance in the Netflix documentary, Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé, which debuted in April.

Despite racking up four Emmy's nominations for her concert special, the Lemonade singer's film did not win during the Creative Arts Emmy Awards on Saturday.