From Tiger King to Cheer: 6 Netflix documentaries to binge-watch right now

There's no escaping Joe Exotic 🐅👑

06/04/2020 23:33:00

There's no escaping Joe Exotic 🐅👑

From the loves and losses of gun-toting animal rights villain Joe Exotic to the progressive summer camp that forged a new civil rights movement, these are six of the best Netflix documentaries to stream now.

Cheer, a heartfelt coming-of-age docuseries that unveils the athleticism, fearlessness and sheer grit of competitive cheerleaders. Filmed during the lead-up to the National Cheerleading Championship at Daytona Beach, Florida, we’re with the Navarro College Cheer Team every step, twirl and tumble of the way as they push themselves to their physical and emotional limits to win the admiration of their coach, Monica Aldama. Directed by Greg Whiteley (also behind Netflix’s

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Last Chance U), the show’s cast have become cult heroes off the mat, withCheerstars Lexi Brumback and Gabi Butler taking New York Fashion Week in their stride back in February.3.Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness(2020)© Courtesy NetflixWas anyone ready for the on-screen shenanigans of Joe Exotic, also known as the Tiger King? Probably not. But then what could have prepared us for the gun-toting, bigamous exploits of the big cat fanatic (read: animal rights pariah)?

The story of Joseph Maldonado-Passage (Joe Exotic’s real name) begins in Oklahoma and ends in a Texas prison (Grady County Jail). In between, we are drawn into a world where with mullets, guns, animal cruelty and wearing two belts at the same time are the norm. There’s animal print (and some eccentric political campaigning) in spades, plus a longtime feud with non-profit exotic cat sanctuary CEO and founder Carole Baskin, which eventually becomes Exotic’s undoing. While we might never know if Baskin did indeed feed her husband to the tigers (sardine oil?), we do know that

Tiger Kingmakes for a truly addictive watch.4.Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution(2020)© Courtesy NetflixThis Netflix docufilm, produced by Barack and Michelle Obama, couldn’t have landed a moment too soon. Beginning as a conversation between co-directors Jim LeBrecht (who was born with spina bifida) and longtime Emmy-award winning documentarian Nicole Newnham, this emotionally fortifying film leads us through LeBrecht’s 1970s childhood memories of Camp Jened — a progressive space for disabled teenagers in upstate New York, where the seeds for a new generation of activists were first sown. Among them was Judith Heumann, Pat Figueroa and Denise McQuade, whose perseverance, collaboration and resilience would lead to the enforcement of the American Law of Disabilities Act that not only transformed countless lives, but has made the world a more equal place.

5.Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez(2020)© Courtesy NetflixWarning: the downfall of once-revered NFL player Aaron Hernandez does not make for easy viewing. This weighty three-part series looks beyond the gloss of multimillion-dollar salaries within the professional football circuit to tell a heart-wrenching story of a teenage sports prodigy, culminating in the murder of semi-professional football player Odin Lloyd — as well as highlighting the little-known of CTE (chronic traumatic encephalopathy), a condition that could have contributed to the tragedy.

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