The Docuseries On Netflix Everybody’s Talking About - The Gloss Magazine

The Docuseries On Netflix Everybody’s Talking About

The term stranger than fiction comes to mind when hearing the stories of these people who are living and have lived through the most extraordinary circumstances. Netflix documents it…

Tour de France: Unchained

If you’re following the Tour de France at the moment then this docuseries will coincide very nicely. It is utterly engrossing. There are two seasons from the races of 2022 and 2023 which follow select elite cycling teams as they compete in the world’s most gruelling cycling race. See the ins and outs of the racers’ lives as they train, fight to win stages and sacrifice family life. You really get an insight into what these racers are going through right now as the Tour De France rages on.

Americas Sweethearts: Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders

Netflix continues to put cameras behind the scenes of some of the world’s most renowned sporting events and we can’t stop watching. The latest: The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders. On screen it is easy to think that these women are superhuman and invincible but behind the scenes we can see they are just like you and I – with a bit more flexibility perhaps… This series shines a big light on the gruelling audition process for the cheerleaders, the mental toll they face, the brutal cuts, the pressure of the job they do with relatively small salary, and the sheer talent and drive of these women. Their passion bursts through the screen. We predict season two must be in the works already.

Break Point

Watching Wimbledon? Had enough of tennis? Didn’t think so. You have two seasons of Break Point, a Netflix docuseries, to feast your eyes on. This is an unfiltered behind-the-scenes look at the lives of the top tennis players as they travel across the world for all four Grand Slams and the ATP and WTA. Gain an insight into your favourite tennis players’ lives, training programmes and mental preparation from the comfort of your couch this weekend. Trust us, it makes watching the Wimbledon matches all the more gripping.

Worst Roommate Ever

Season two of Worst Roommate Ever has completely rocked Netflix viewers. Just when you thought these stories couldn’t get any darker, the series returns with a bang as it documents the stories of more victims who have suffered at the hands of their roommates. These episodes are a harrowing watch but for those of us with a curiosity for true crime – here is your weekend fix. Keep a light on – it gets spooky.

Depp V Heard

Should we leave this case alone? This defamation case is back on everyone’s lips again as a result of this three-part series. The series places both Amber Heard’s and Johnny Depp’s testimonies back to back in such a way that direct comparisons between their stories can be made. Along with this, the social media commentary or the ‘Trial by TikTok’ that was raging at the time is included, showing how dangerously powerful social media can be. Be warned: it is a tough watch.


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