Netflix True Crime Documentaries

Watching true crime stories is an intense viewing experience. The violence of the acts are enough to provoke nausea, frustration, and grief. Here are true crime documentaries on Netflix that make you wonder WTF?

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All Basketball Documentaries On Netflix

Beyond monster slam dunks and iconic Cinderella upsets there are alluring dynamics that make basketball one of the most popular sports in the world. Factors that go far beyond the nostalgia of city playgrounds and Hoosiers cornfields. There are a handful of compelling basketball documentaries on Netflix that explore the growing world of hoops, traveling from Harlem to Canada and India to explore high school, college, the NBA, and even wheelchair basketball.

Ranking All 20 New Movies That I Saw In 2018

I spent a lot of time in movie theaters in 2018. Whether it was Ocean’s 8 or A Star Is Born, there were a lot of movies that tried to tell memorable stories. Not every film succeeded. Many stood as platforms for terrific acting performances, but came up short as art and entertainment. All made for a great collective experience as a moviegoer.

The Outlaw King: Muddied Story, Battle Scenes Come Up Small

The Netflix original movie The Outlaw King poses as a watershed moment for the streaming company: could they successfully produce an epic historical drama that is shot for movie theaters, yet relegated for small screen consumption? Despite an A-list star, a golden premise, and a blockbuster budget, the medieval picture is an uninspiring film that slogs through a dynamic moment in Scottish history.

Underrated And Funny Netflix Comedy Shows

There is so much content on Netflix that is difficult to find comedy worth watching. Yes, shows like The Good Place and New Girl are available, but sometimes the best Netflix series fly under the radar. This edition of Smart TV recommends three underrated Netflix comedy shows. Two are Netflix originals and one is a short season Canadian series available through Netflix. 

New And Returning TV Shows That I Will Be Watching This Fall

The 2018-19 television season is finally getting into full swing. Many network, cable, and streaming TV shows debut or return in late August and September. Some will not survive October. Others will feed our weekly viewing habits. To create a guide for some of the TV you might like to check out, I narrowed down the wealth of programs and listed the shows that I will be watching this fall.

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