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What are the best Netflix documentary series?

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  1. 1Making a Murderer

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    Making a Murderer is a documentary that explores the story of Steven Avery, who served 18 years in prison due to a wrongful accusation. This series is written and directed by Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos.

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  1. 2The Keepers

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    The Keepers is a Netflix original documentary web series directed by Ryan White released in 2017. It consists of seven-webisodes exploring the disappearance and death of Sister Cathy Cesnik in 1969.

  2. 3Last Chance U

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    Last Chance U is a Netflix original docuseries directed by Greg Whiteley and Adam Ridley. It focuses on the football program at East Mississippi college, where players try their best to be recruited to Division 1 teams.

  1. 4Chef's Table

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    Chef's Table is an Emmy-nominated Netflix original docuseries created by David Gelb. Each season of the show focuses on 6 world-renowned chefs, with each episode focusing on one chef in his or her restaurant.

  2. 5Five Came Back

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    Five Came Back is a documentary directed by Laurent Bouzereau. It was released in 2017 and starred Steven Spielberg, Meryl Streep, and others. It has five stories about Hollywood directors who enlisted to fight in World War II.
  3. 6Dirty Money

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    Dirty Money is a Netflix docuseries created by Oscar-winning filmmaker Alex Gibney. First released in 2018, each episode of the series focuses on a story of corporate greed and corruption.

  4. 7Abstract: The Art of Design

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    Abstract: The Art of Design is a Netflix original docuseries created by Scott Dadich. First released in 2017, each episode focuses on a single artist in his or her field of art and design such as architecture, photography, and graphic design.

  5. 8The Toys That Made Us

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    The Toys That Made Us is a Netflix original docuseries created by Brian Volk-Weiss and directed by Tom Sten, first released in 2017. Each episode of the series focuses on a historic toy franchise, such as Barbie and G.I. Joe.

  6. 9Pandemic: How to Prevent an Outbreak

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    Pandemic: How to Prevent an Outbreak is a docuseries that was aired on Netflix on January 22, 2020. In this docuseries, medical researchers narrate the challenges they encounter in battling against influenza and the efforts they make in order to prevent an outbreak.

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    May 24, 2018
    "The Session is the latest camera from GoPro. It is a great little camera with a good resolution overall. It's not the same level of detail as seen with the Hero Silver, however for people like me who find themselves in the woods for days at a time, it's awesome to be able to have a lightweight and compact form factor to pack in. Function -The Hero Session features a one-click operation. Click the main button once, video recording starts at the specified default resolution. You can set this with the camera itself via the buttons or in the remote control app on your phone/pad. If you hold the main button for 3 seconds, it will start a time lapse. Easy peasy."
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    Abstract: The Art of Design
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    Anonymous
    May 14, 2018
    "Making a Murderer is one of the best documentary series I have watched. The story of Steven Avery is absolutely riveting. There were times while watching I would get so frustrated or angry. My wife said it reminded her of other guys watching a sports game. If you have a Netflix subscription and enjoy, not just documentaries, but crime stories at all then you need to give this a watch."
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    Anonymous
    May 13, 2018
    "Nuns and religion always draw me in for some reason. This documentary is quite interesting, well done and contains a few surprises. I think its worth watching, I found it to be well done. I like Netflix documentaries, I watch them in between TV series for something new."
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    The Keepers
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    Anonymous
    January 28, 2020
    "okay so after watching the entire docuseries, I got pretty scared considering that Netflix released this series during the coronavirus scare. But I learned a lot in watching this series even if I'm not really into medical tv shows. This is a must-see!!"
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    Pandemic: How to Prevent an Outbreak
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    Anonymous
    May 19, 2018
    "We all would walk through toy aisles as kids, gazing at the marvelous items. And now we just sit around on Netflix. The Toys That Made Us provides a great mix between the two. It's exciting and really interesting, a great watch!"
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    The Toys That Made Us
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    Anonymous
    May 25, 2018
    "This is a perfectly acceptable answer to the question however, it seems more like a matter of opinion. But, once I clicked the link Netflix had other suggestions that I might enjoy so I like this solution."
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    Dirty Money
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    Anonymous
    May 23, 2018
    "Compelling documentary about film makers who helped document WW2. Great stuff!"
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    Five Came Back
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    Anonymous
    May 16, 2018
    "i love cooking,so it could be a very interesting to watch"
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    Chef's Table
This list is about What are the best Netflix documentary series
RankAnswersTypeVotesPrice
1Making a MurdererTV Shows 19 Paid
2The KeepersTV Shows 15 Paid
3Last Chance UTV Shows 12 Paid
4Chef's TableTV Shows 11 Paid
5Five Came BackMovies 7 Paid
6Dirty MoneyTV Shows 6 Paid
7Abstract: The Art of DesignTV Shows 4 Paid
8The Toys That Made UsTV Shows 1 Paid
9Pandemic: How to Prevent an OutbreakTV Shows 1 Paid
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