An overview of all Netflix TV Documentaries movies and series. 323 titles were found.
Hunters become hunted as a team of scientists and fishermen pool their expertise in order to track down great white sharks and learn more about them.
Using real footage and graphical representations, this series offers a literal window into the center of Earth, where likely natural disasters churn.
Writer, poet and lyricist Javed Akhtar hosts this musical trip down memory lane, revealing untold stories behind India's best songs of 1950-75.
Witness some of the most riveting showdowns in the animal kingdom as cameras capture leopards, polar bears and other predators targeting their prey.
This spectacularly filmed documentary follows the journey of modern-day explorers and scientists crossing the rapidly deteriorating Northwest Passage.
Investigators share details of a shocking type of crime: murders committed by children, from hate crimes and occult slayings to gang initiations.
Thailand's complicated history with marijuana continues to play a role in its policies and laws, as well as the health and security of its citizens.
From mystery maladies to critical injuries, emergency room doctors recount and reenact true stories of medicine performed under pressure.
This investigative series examines cases of murder motivated by a lethal mix of mental illness, role-playing rituals and bizarre religious beliefs.
Chronicling a 1980 Titan II missile accident, this sobering documentary weighs the balance of power and safety involving weapons of mass destruction.
Poet and civil rights activist Maya Angelou is celebrated using her own words set over rare photographs and video illustrating her remarkable life.
In 1910, a devastating wildfire raged through the Rockies, challenging the fledgling U.S. Forest Service and shaping fire policy for years to come.
A citywide power outage merged with a heat wave, a serial killer and understaffed police precincts to create a harrowing blackout in 1977 New York.
A high school dropout and criminal from Ohio, William Morgan became a celebrity and hero as a leader of Fidel Castro's forces in the Cuban Revolution.
Up against Ivy Leaguers and elite German athletes, a team of American working-class rowers inspired the world by winning gold at the 1936 Olympics.
Mass hysteria resulted when young Orson Welles broadcast a radio production of the sci-fi classic "The War of the Worlds" disguised as news in 1938.
Motorcycle guru Henry Cole hits the streets to explore biker culture, from road racing and trick riding to bike customization and restoration work.
Domestic terrorist Timothy McVeigh's bomb attack on an Oklahoma City federal building in 1995 is chronicled in this examination of the shocking event.
This docuseries examines the decades-old murder of Sister Catherine Cesnik and its suspected link to a priest accused of abuse.
A botched attempt to arrest a white supremacist in Idaho results in a gun battle, a standoff and three deaths that galvanize public opinion in 1992.
Although there is some evidence that Adolf Hitler ordered its development, the question remains: Were the Nazis close to having an atomic bomb?
From animal oddities and bizarre science to medical marvels, scientists and experts examine some of the world's strangest mysteries and phenomena.
The widely varied geology and dramatic landscapes in the continental crossroads of Arabia harbors a rich history and an abundance of wildlife.
The natural bounty of Alaska sustains its diverse species through extreme weather conditions in three seasons, each with its rewards and challenges.
Young musicians from 13 states in India demonstrate their cultural heritage by performing regional folk music using traditional instruments.
Join zoologist Dr. George McGavin for a fascinating, up-close look at the habits and behaviors of primates, our closest animal relatives.
This series tracks the ups and downs of an 18-month investigation into the 2014 stabbing murder of teenager Nicholas Robinson in Bristol, England.
Follow engineering teams as they build the most dangerous, complex and amazing structures in modern history, using the latest scientific techniques.
Wildlife cameraman Gordon Buchanan learns firsthand from three tribes who've lived for generations alongside the world's most dangerous animals.