This is a great thread
I've lost track of the crime docos I've seen through the years, so many, but last night I watched a documentary on Jaycee-Lee Dugard's abduction.
Women who kill, Serial Killers, Child murderer docos etc, etc are ones I tend to regularly watch.
I also enjoy S.ex/worker/fetish documentaries, Louix Theroux, Lisa Ling's America, paranormal and music artist biographic and cultural, military/war docos. In fact, it would be a short list if I wrote the type of docos I 'don't' enjoy watching.
The things I have learnt, had my eyes opened to, become aware of, empathetic to, been enlightened, educated, cried and laughed to as a result of watching documentaries is endless.
Documentaries really do open your eyes and ears to the world and it's people and make it a smaller place, so thoroughly enjoyable, thought provoking and at times heartbreaking.
I love docos! There are a few on stan & Netflix which are good but I wish they added more. I mostly watch stuff in YouTube as it has more variety.
I recently watched food inc and omg what an eye opener it was! It made me never want to eat minced meat again though!
I love stuff about space, conspiracy theories, the human body, Louie Theroux series etc
I must be the last person to not watch Louis Theroux! I need to check him out.
I'm also a huge fan of Dr. Michael Mosley.
What's the difference between a doco and a reality show? I'm watching a show now that is classified as a doco on Netflix, called tattoo tales about a Bondi tattoo shop. But it seems like a reality show to me so I'm just wondering what the difference is?
One thing I really miss about living in the UK is the great documentaries on channel 4 and BBC 2. I really like social documentaries as they appear to my youth work/social work brain. :-) But haven't watched anything good for ages!!
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