Binge Worthy: Watch These Thrilling Documentaries This Weekend

By Amanda Roland
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Streaming services have become everyone’s best friend during COVID-19. We are all stuck at home, and what else are we going to do in between our daily neighborhood strolls and snack breaks? To help you find some new binge-worthy gems to watch at home, we have created a complete list of must-watch thrilling documentaries that you can stream right now.


True Crime

Abducted in Plain Sight 

A chilling doc about a girl who was abdicated by a family friend not once, but twice. Stream it on Netflix.

The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst

This six-part who-done-it will leave you on the edge of your seat. It is totally binge-able, and trust me, the last episode will leave you speechless. Watch it now with an HBO subscription

Tiger King

One of the most talked-about documentaries of 2020, this is a must-watch if you love a chaotic storyline. Stream it now on Netflix


Cult Craze


This doc came out in 2018, but has since gained a lot of popularity because of the captivating portrayal of characters at Mount Carmel. Watch this series on Netflix

Wild Wild Country

You might have to pull an all-nighter for this six-part cult doc. Watch the story of Indian guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh and his following as they relocate from India to Oregon, later to commit the first act of bioterrorism in U.S. history. Stream the series now on Netflix

Holy Hell

Will Allen, ex-member of the Buddhafield cult, captured endless footage of what happened behind closed doors. Allen used this footage to create a documentary, giving viewers a first-hand view of what this California cult was like. You can watch this documentary on Netflix.


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