It seems like most of us are spending our time at home right now, and goodness knows diversions are welcome. Whatever it may be during this bleak time, we can assure that docuseries are something that you should consider watching to fill that non-fiction void. From food, famous music festivals and murder, here is the ensemble of true stories that you can binge-watch today on Netflix. Have a go first and thanks us later.
A beloved nun and Catholic teacher, Cathy Cesnik went missing on November 7, 1969, and two months after, she was found dead. The case is still unsolved until today.
It’s all about the cultural clashes and American Dream when a Chinese company took over a closed General Motors factory in Ohio.
A thought-provoking true story by award-winning filmmaker, Ava DuVernay, exploring the criminalisation of African Americans and the United States prison boom.
Jim and Andy: The Great Beyond
Featuring 100 hours of footage from the set of “Man on the Moon,” Chris Smith captures Jim Carrey’s transformation into legendary performance artist and comedian Andy Kaufman.
Sex-ed in every school should be this interesting. Period.
Let’s get deep about corporate greed and corruption. Hold up, isn’t that DS Najib?
Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened
From its creation through its unraveling, this is the history of the Fyre Festival.
The Vietnam War
We wouldn’t recommend you watching this one all in one go. The 17-hour length documentary unveils meticulously about one of the worst wars in American history.
Jiro Dreams of Sushi
Japanese chef Jiro Ono lets you know what it takes to prepare his RM 2180 per plate menu.
Dancing with the Birds
This captivating documentary gets you up close to the wonders of nature and some of the most beautiful creatures. A perfect show for you to watch with your children (or cats).