Sunday evening is upon us, so put up your feet and relax in front of some quality Netflix offerings once again.
We put together a list of interesting documentaries that we're pretty sure you're gonna enjoy — simply pick one and let the learning commence...
1. Casting JonBenet
Pageant queen JonBenet Ramsey was six years old when she died under mysterious circumstances in 1996.
After 20 years, director Kitty Green has come to JonBenet's hometown of Boulder, Colorado to ask local actors to audition for a role in the story of crime, guilt and personal bias that resulted in the death of a child.
2. Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On
After the success of the original documentary Hot Girls Wanted comes this six-part series.
The show offers an in-depth exploration of the porn industry, shining a spotlight on those who star in it, those who watch it, and how it's made.
3. Jim: The James Foley Story
In 2014, photojournalist James Foley became a household name by becoming the first person to be beheaded by ISIS.
This is the story of his life, his family, and how he found himself in the hands of terrorists.
4. The Mars Generation
While it has long been the stuff of science fiction, the possibility of a manned mission to Mars is now within humanity's grasp.
This documentary has assembled individuals from the forefront of popular science — like Bill Nye and Neil deGrasse Tyson — to discuss what the colonisation of Mars would involve.
5. Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise
This is first feature documentary about the world renowned American writer, poet, and activist that was Maya Angelou.
Her extraordinary achievements are celebrated here using a selection of rare photographs and video charting the course of her life.
6. Striking A Pose
This touching documentary follows seven male dancers who joined Madonna on her controversial Blonde Ambition tour.
Here they made they made their names as dancers to be noticed, while simultaneously becoming icons in the gay community.
7. American Experience: War Of The Worlds
This documentary takes a look at the infamous radio broadcast by Orson Welles.
In 1938, the actor caused panic across the US with his adaptation of HG Wells' novel The War Of The Worlds which was so convincing that listeners thought an alien invasion was actually taking place.