There’s no denying that the world has gone crazy for true crime. Whether it’s streaming on Netflix, docudramas on the big screen, or investigative podcasts, we can’t seem to get enough of the genre.
Set in the gritty but vibrant suburbs of Paris, The Eddy tracks the story of jazz club owner Elliot (André Holland) as he finds himself tangled with dangerous criminals and in a desperate struggle to protect his family, club and band.
Strong friendships are born out of shared experiences. In its first season, Dead to Me took this notion and stretched it to the nth degree.
Ryan Murphy’s Hollywood is exactly what it says it is, a mini-series set in post-WWII Hollywood following “an ambitious group of aspiring actors and filmmakers will do almost anything to make their showbiz dreams come true.”
The hit Netflix series Tiger King gets the Honest Trailers treatment as the show and its characters, led by the flamboyant Joe Exotic are torn apart in hilarious fashion.
ESPN has teamed up with Netflix to release the Michael Jordan documentary series The Last Dance, which follows the basketball legend and his team the Chicago Bulls through the 97-98 NBA season.
Ricky Gervais is back for another series of the hilariously somber Netflix series, After Life, and it features more of what fans came to love about the first season.
The Last Dance follows Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls on a run for their sixth NBA championship title during the 1997-1998 season with unprecedented behind-the-scenes access.
Beers, balls, and adult humor. Netflix’s new original show Brews Brothers is brought to you by the creative Schaffer brothers – the team behind hit shows like The League, Curb Your Enthusiasm and That 70’s Show.
Shenanigans ensue when two brothers with differing personalities try their hand at brewing beer in the new Netflix comedy series Brews Brothers.
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