Netflix’s documentaries have always been good, but they’ve improved significantly over the past year. Nevertheless, finding the best products can be challenging, so we’ve compiled this list. For those who enjoy these non-fiction narratives, this year will be fascinating, given the explosive beginning of January. Let us know about a few of them:
The Love Story of Pamela
Ryan White will direct Pamela, A Love Story, which will examine Pamela Anderson depicts the genuine Pam, a mother, actress, philanthropist, and funny, warm woman who opens herself up to the camera for the first time to reclaim her personal and professional lives over the past 30 years. The documentary will primarily focus on her search for love and highly publicized romantic relationships. Pamela, A Love Story will include never-before-seen footage and excerpts from her journals, in addition to exclusive interviews with Pamela.
Gunther’s Millions, which debuted on Netflix in February, is about a dog who inherits a large fortune, but something sinister lies beneath the luxuries. Due to the addition of this crazy story about the world’s most decadent dog and his caretaker, an Italian entrepreneur named Maurizio Mian, Netflix’s reputation for producing zany, offbeat documentary series isn’t going anywhere soon. Gunther’s Millions is a slick, fast-paced docuseries that will throw you for a loop in just four easy-to-binge episodes.
MADOFF: The Monster of Wall Street:
It is a documentary on The infamous Wall Street tycoon Bernie Madoff, who staged one of the biggest Ponzi schemes in history, is the subject of a four-part docuseries called “The Monster of Wall Street.” The series examines the infamous crimes committed by Madoff and the numerous systemic oversights that contributed to the failure to prevent them. With its trail of grimly fascinating testimonies and astonishing twists about the “financial serial killer,” this pacy Netflix docuseries plays like a Hollywood thriller.
The Hatchet-Wielding Hitchhiker:
This documentary quickly rose to the top of Netflix. The story of Kai Lawrence, who became an overnight sensation in 2013 when a video of him went viral, is told in the documentary film. However, just a few months later, he was arrested for murder. The documentary does an excellent job of explaining the story, presenting the facts, and determining the factors contributing to Lawrence’s fame and eventual demise.
This year, we’re keeping an eye on the following Netflix documentaries and true crime projects:
- Bill Russell: Legend, February. 8
- Full Swing, February. 15
- African Queens: Njinga, February. 15
- Murdaugh Murders: A Southern Scandal, February. 22
Formula 1: Drive to Survive season 5, February. 24