If you're looking for another documentary (or docuseries) to dominate your life, and there are plenty of options on Netflix.
Of course, there's your standard true crime fare; people will never stop making Ted Bundy documentaries, and that's just a fact of life. But if you're the kind of person who needs to keep things light, then check out a food or travel series, like David Chang's Ugly Delicious, which sees the Momofuku chef experiment with school lunches and eat a lot of meat on a stick. If pop culture is more your speed, both Taylor Swift and Beyoncé have documentaries on the streamer. (What are you doing if you haven't seen Homecoming at least twice?) And then there's Cheer. Watch these super-athletes defy the odds and develop your own love-hate relationship with Coach Monica.
Click through for 24 documentaries you can (and should) watch on Netflix right now.
Are you a royal family follower solely for the conspiracy theories associated with the Windsors? Have you watched every documentary ever about Scientology? This 2015 docuseries has you covered.
Take a peek into the best-looking kitchens around the world and explore the masterpieces made by innovative chefs. Yes, you will get hungry.
This British docuseries recounts how Donald Trump made his way to the presidency.
On January 3, 1970, the body of Sister Cathy Cesnik was found in a remote area outside Baltimore two months after she went missing. The mystery surrounding her death uncovers a horrifying cover-up within the Archdiocese of Baltimore in this chilling seven-part documentary series.
Amanda Knox spent nearly four years in an Italian prison following the 2007 murder of her roommate, a fellow exchange student. She was exonerated in 2015. This doc features interviews with Knox and the people closest to her.
Present-day interviews, archival footage, and audio recordings comprise this doc on notorious American serial killer Ted Bundy.
Aaron Hernandez went from New England Patriots tight-end to convicted murderer for the death of Odin Lloyd. This documentary series explores how that happened.
This 2020 documentary might not be what you want to watch right now, but if you're into learning about viruses and how to prevent future pandemics, this will be a fascinating—not just terrifying—watch.