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    BIGGIE Smalls broke down in tears when he learned rap rival Tupac Shakur had been mercilessly gunned down in Las Vegas "proving" he wasn't behind the hit. The tragic star's wife Faith Evans reportedly told documentary makers how the star called her in shock hours after his former friend had been left for dead by a mystery gunman in September 1996. 8The tragic life of Biggie Smalls is the focus of a new Netflix documentaryCredit: Getty - Contributor 8Biggie seen with Tupac Shakur before they infamously fell outCredit: Kobal Collection - Shutterstock Exact details of Netflix's new doc 'Biggie: I Got A Story To Tell' are being kept under wraps ahead of it premiering on the popular screening service on Monday (March 1). However, those to have seen it claim although it does not focus on the bitter East Coast-West Coast rivalry, it does feature Faith telling how the Tupac...
    Getty Lori Loughlin's scandal is going to be in a Netflix documentary. The scandal that sent Lori Loughlin to prison is about to be the focus of a new Netflix documentary releasing in March. The documentary will focus on the “Operation Varsity Blues” college admissions scandal and the fallout surrounding it. It’s not known at this time if Loughlin will personally be in the documentary or if it will just cover the admissions scandal that she was a part of. Either way, she’s likely going to be in the news all over again once the documentary releases.The New Documentary Releases March 17 & Will Include Wiretapped Conversations with People Involved Netflix According to Netflix’s press page, the new documentary will premiere in the United States on Netflix on March 17, 2021, at 2 a.m. Central/3 a.m. Eastern. Netflix also dropped a short trailer on February 22. Everything...
    The history of hip-hop is huge and very rich. Since its inception, a lot of men and women forged the sound of this genre that in the XXI century continues to introduce us to great artists, but if we have to talk about one of the names that completely marked the rhymes in the 90s, we should definitely mention The Notorious BIG Well, in a matter of a few years, he became a true legend. From one moment to the next, and thanks to his talent, Christopher Wallace –As it was actually called– went from selling drugs on the streets of New York to being one of the most important rappers of his generation. However, his story ended tragically, because unfortunately a few days after releasing his second studio album, on March 9, 1997 he died at the age of 24 after being shot while leaving an event in Los...
    In May 2018, Barack and Michelle Obama signed an agreement with Netflix to produce all kinds of content, from series to films and documentaries. Some of those works have already seen the light and now the couple, through their production company, Higher Ground Productions, have presented another batch of new projects. Among the six new productions is the Firekeeper’s Daughter series, which will adapt author Angeline Boulley’s book about an 18-year-old from the Ojibwe tribe who will be forced to collaborate with the police in an investigation within her own reservation. The Great National Parks documentary series will tour some of the major national parks and wilderness areas around the world. Also, the Obamas are behind the launching of several movies. Exit West will star Riz Ahmed and is based on the novel Welcome to the West by Mohsin Hamid, which tells the story of two migrants who leave...
    Netflix’s new series “Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel” looks like it’s going to be outstanding. The plot of the series, according to Netflix’s trailer description, is, “From housing serial killers to untimely deaths, the Cecil Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles is known to many as LA’s deadliest hotel. The latest chapter in the Cecil’s dark history involves the mysterious disappearance of college student Elisa Lam.” (REVIEW: ‘Westworld’ Season 3 Ends With The Possible Deaths Of Multiple Characters) Judging from the trailer, this is going to be a must-watch series for fans of true crime content. Give it a watch below. Okay, here’s the deal, folks. I’m not going to spoil anything with all the details about Elisa Lam. If you want to know, Google is out there and it’s your friend. All I’ll say is that she went missing in early 2013. From here, you’ll have...
    “Night Stalker: The Hunt For A Serial Killer” is outstanding on Netflix. The highly-anticipated documentary highlights the hunt for infamous serial killer Richard Ramirez, and I’m absolutely hooked. (REVIEW: ‘Westworld’ Season 3 Ends With The Possible Deaths Of Multiple Characters) Netflix’s “Night Stalker: The Hunt for A Serial Killer,” a harrowing four-part docuseries chronicling prolific serial killer Richard Ramirez, drops tonight. pic.twitter.com/SnkfizOK8B — The AHS Zone (@ahszone) January 13, 2021 The doc dropped Wednesday, and I finally got a chance to fire it up Thursday. Folks, this documentary is a must-watch series for anyone who loves crime series. It’s full of incredible interviews with the people involved in the case, and it shines a light on Ramirez’s truly grizzly crimes. The entire series is only four episodes long, and I’m currently early in the third episode. As brutal as the content is, I still can’t stop watching. The...
    A new Netflix documentary portrays the manhunt of a serial killer who terrorised California in the 1980s - but it was his poor dental hygiene which helped police eventually catch him. Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer premiered on Netflix yesterday and focuses on the events that led to the eventual arrest of Richard Ramirez. Between June 1984 and August 1985 the serial killer, who operated under the alias Night Stalker, carried out a series of violent crimes which at first seemed random and left many believing they were the work of multiple people. He broke into homes and assaulted residents and in some cases kidnapped and molested children before letting them go. Between June 1984 and August 1985, Richard Ramirez (pictured), who operated under the alias Night Stalker, carried out a series of violent crimes which at first seemed random and left many believing they were...
    Netflix’s new documentary “Night Stalker: The Hunt For A Serial Killer” has officially been released on the streaming service. The highly-anticipated documentary shines a light on the hunt for infamous serial killer Richard Ramirez and the crimes he committed. (REVIEW: ‘Westworld’ Season 3 Ends With The Possible Deaths Of Multiple Characters) The documentary dropped Wednesday on Netflix, and I can’t wait to start streaming. For those of you who haven’t seen the trailer yet, you can give it a watch below. There’s no question at all that “Night Stalker: The Hunt For A Serial Killer” is right at the top of my shows to watch. As soon as I finish “Bodyguard,” which is also outstanding, I’m diving right into the series about one of America’s most infamous killers. Richard Ramirez is so famous that he was even a part of the ninth season of “American Horror Story.” ...
    Director Tiller Russell says there are times when he views all of the documentary, film and TV projects he makes as chapters in the same saga. “In some weird way or another, it’s all kind of the same movie,” says Russell, whose projects range from the 2019 docuseries “The Last Narc,” which explored the cartel murder of a DEA agent, to 2014’s “The Seven Five,” which took a deep dive into the corrupt past of a New York City police precinct. “I am, I guess, magnetized to these stories about the criminal underworld and law enforcement, and sometimes the thin and porous line between the two.” And increasingly these stories find him, he says. In the case of his new Netflix docuseries “Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer,” which arrives on the streamer on Wednesday, Jan. 13, this happened a few years ago during a conversation with a...
    Netflix’s upcoming series “Night Stalker: The Hunt For a Serial Killer” looks outstanding. The series will follow the tale of the hunt for infamous serial killer Richard Ramirez, and it looks like it’s going to be straight fire. (REVIEW: ‘Westworld’ Season 3 Ends With The Possible Deaths Of Multiple Characters) Watch the electric trailer below. Now, I’m not going to spoil anything here for anyone reading this right now who might be completely aware of Ramirez’s crimes and the stories that surround him. If you’re interested, I suggest you head on over to Google. There’s no doubt he’s one of the worst criminals in the history of America. The infamous serial killer was also in the latest season of “American Horror Stories.” That should give you all the kind of idea of how famous he was during his crime spree. What I will say for sure is...
    "Tiger King" star and big cat activist Carole Baskin has a new project in the works. The former "Dancing With the Stars" contestant is teaming up with Knoxville, Tenn., filmmakers to make a documentary about big cat conservation and the cruelty of keeping them in small zoos and parks. Baskin said she felt like the Netflix show was a missed opportunity to do important work. She wanted to do the series to expose how the animals are mistreated and abused. Instead, "Tiger King" followed the chaotic life of jailed zookeeper Joe Exotic and his failed murder-for-hire plot against Baskin.  CAROLE BASKIN IS 'READY TO ASSIST' IN RELOCATING JOE EXOTIC'S ANIMALS AFTER GAINING CONTROL OF HIS FORMER ZOO "For five years we thought we were working on the 'Blackfish' for big cats which would be the one that would expose the cruelty involved," she explained to local news outlet WATN.  Carole Baskin is working on a...
    ALIEN Worlds has left Netflix fans captivated with its renderings of life on other planets. The space documentary speculates about what aliens would actually look like, rejecting the stereotypes of little green men with huge eyes. 4Credit: NETFLIX The four-part miniseries, dubbed "Attenborough in space," is narrated by Sophie Okonedo and is a bled of fact and fictions. Specifically, it applies the laws of life on Earth to the rest of the galaxy - creating some striking looking creatures in the process. Stunned fans quickly took to Twitter to comment on the mind-boggling scenes. "I'll be MIA for however many hours it takes to binge this new Alien Worlds show on Netflix. My jaw fell open and hasn't shut," one user wrote. Put on @netflix new show Alien Worlds for "while I clean" havent gotten off the couch yet. So awesome. #AlienWorlds— Sam Rongve (@Super_hipster52) December 2, 2020 Ill be...
    This month is the month of major Oscar nominees on Netflix, and with the widespread closure of cinemas, Streamer has become the biggest distributor of star-studded awards believers by 2020. Must-see includes Black bottom of Ma Rainey, Which has a late final performance Black Panther Star Chadwick Boseman, as well as David Pincher Monk. At the TV end of Spectrum, both Big mouth And Sabrina’s Shilling Adventures The eagerly awaited Netflix launch of the Shonda Rhymes, Bridgeton, Will take subscribers by 2021.read moreBelow is the full list of every movie and TV show coming out on Netflix this month. Original content Movies Amanda Seyfried and Gary Oldman in ‘Monk’ (Netflix) Black bottom of Ma Rainey Chadwick Boseman in ‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom’ (YouTube / Netflix) Your name is engraved here TV Selena: Series Part One Ashley Garcia: Genius in Love: ChristmasSee alsoThe mess you leave behind How to...
    WWE will work with Netflix to produce a high budget docuseries on chief Vince McMahon. Nick Khan, WWE's new President, announced the news that a 'groundbreaking new deal' had been reached with the streaming service. 2WWE chief Vince McMahon will star in a new Netflix documentaryCredit: Getty Images - Getty He also added it was one of the highest budget documentaries ever produced. It will be directed by Chris Smith who also produced the hit documentary Fyre Fest. Khan said: “In a groundbreaking deal, we have sold a multi-part documentary with Netflix on the life of none other than our very own Vince McMahon. "By groundbreaking, I mean one of the highest budgeted docs in Netflix’s history. "Bill Simmons, as previously mentioned, will executive produce. "Chris Smith, the amazing director of Netflix’s Fyre Festival documentary, will direct and produce alongside WWE Studios.” 2 Most...
    MIKE TYSON tragically revealed that 'happiness for me is death' in an upcoming Netflix documentary based on the 54-year-old boxing legend. Iron Mike is being trained by Rafael Cordeiro ahead of his exhibition bout against Roy Jones Jr, 51, in California next month. 3Mike Tyson reveals some startling truths in a Netflix documentaryCredit: Instagram And coach Cordeiro let slip, in a Portuguese YouTube interview, that Netflix are filming a documentary with Tyson based on his eventful life in and out the ring. One day while filming, Cordeiro asked a down-in-the-dumps Tyson what happiness means to him. And the former world heavyweight champ said: "Happiness for me is death, because I saw many bad things and lost many bad things in my life." Tyson grew up in Brooklyn without a father and his mum passed away when he was just 16. In 1992, he was banged up for three years...
    With the cameras rolling, Shawn Mendes is exposing who he really is in his new Netflix documentary, “In Wonder.” In a trailer released Tuesday, the Canadian singer, 22, strips down and soaps up in the shower as he reveals how he started out as a performer. “Is it hard to protect that pure thing that started it all?” a voice off-camera asks, as Mendes sullenly nods. “You first get on the stage and ego comes rushing in,” he explains. “I’m just a guy and I love music. Time to surrender.” The documentary, which is slated to be released Nov. 23 on the streaming platform, follows Mendes on his most recent tour, as he traveled to North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. The TIFF special event selection also features footage from his early life as he sheds light on his personal “journey toward self-discovery.” “This isn’t a story about...
    Chris Watts is said to be in 'a dark place' following the release of a new Netflix documentary that details how he strangled his pregnant wife, Shanann, and smothered their two daughters, Bella and Celeste.  American Murder: The Family Next Door examines the lead-up to the horrific triple homicide, which took place in August 2018, and includes never-before-seen footage and text messages.  The documentary is currently the most-watched program on Netflix and has thrust the famous case back into the spotlight - much to Watts' disdain.   'Just knowing that the documentary is out there has sent Chris to some dark places,' a source told People magazine on Monday.  'He hates knowing that it's out there, but realizing that he will never see it.' Watts is currently serving three life sentences for the grisly murders, but he still appears to be interested in his public image.  The source - who spoke...
    Convicted family annihilator Chris Watts is “triggered” by the new Netflix documentary recounting his brutal murders of his wife and young children, according to a new report. PEOPLE spoke with a source close to Watts, the Colorado man serving a life sentence for the murder of Shanann Watts — who was pregnant when he strangled her — and their two daughters, four-year-old Bella and three-year-old Celeste. “He can’t see it, and he’ll probably never see it,” the source, who has regular contact with the 35-year-old Watts in prison, told the outlet. “He’s curious about it, but he hates even knowing that his texts are out there for the public to read. It brings back awful memories of 2018 for him.” The documentary, entitled ‘American Murder: The Family Next Door,’ began streaming on Netflix on September 30. It includes rarely-seen text messages and letters between Watts and his wife. Chris Watts...
    Mueller rejects prosecutors criticism of Trump-Russia investigation In praising other mobile quarterbacks, Jerry Jones wasn’t criticizing Dak Prescott Chris and Shanann Watts Final Texts Before He Killed Her Are Revealed in New Netflix Doc The texts are routine, almost mundane. Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad On the day that Chris Watts killed his pregnant wife, Shanann, and their two young daughters, the couple texted about groceries and dinner plans. "What kind of vegetables do you want with dinner tonight?" Shanann texted Watts. "Broccoli works," he responded. "Green beans work, too." In a new documentary from Netflix, newly-revealed letters and texts show that Shanann had no idea that her marriage would soon turn deadly. The documentary, entitled American Murder: The Family Next Door, begins streaming on September 30. An exclusive clip is shown above. © Facebook Shanann Watts, at left, and Chris Watts The documentary...
    Even with Netflix’s recommendation algorithm serving you new movies, new TV shows, and original programming tailored to your viewing habits, the streaming service’s fire hose of content makes what’s coming and going difficult to parse. That’s why we break down each month’s info dump with a few recommendations for what to keep on your radar. This month, Robert Pattinson and Tom Holland star in chilling Midwestern Gothic, The Devil All The Time. Ryan Murphy’s latest series, an origin story centered around One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest’s Nurse Ratched (starring Sarah Paulson, naturally), also makes its streaming debut. Netflix tries its hand at Disney Channel spectacle with Kenny Ortega’s Julie and the Phantoms. Millie Bobby Brown fearlessly investigates a case as Sherlock Holmes’ sister in Enola Holmes. From the library, Netflix brings out the Back to the Future trilogy, Magic Mike, and one of the Muppets movies that isn’t on...
    Netflix Netflix regularly updates their motion pictures and exhibits so their viewers at all times has one thing new to look at. Every month, the streaming service makes certain to rotate titles to maintain the content material they provide contemporary and thrilling for viewers to take pleasure in. Learn on for what’s coming to Netflix in September 2020 and be taught extra about what’s leaving the service all through the month.What’s Coming to Netflix in September 2020?VideoVideo associated to netflix, september 2020: what’s new on netflix? what’s leaving?2020-08-31T08:00:00-04:00 Within the upcoming month, Netflix subscribers will get the prospect to look at some authentic titles in addition to current and basic motion pictures and TV exhibits. Right here’s what’s coming to Netflix in the course of the month: September 1:  Bookmarks: Celebrating Black Voices — Netflix Household The Boss Child: Get That Child! — Netflix...
    The Duke of Sussex has made his Netflix debut in a new documentary as he urged society to 'encourage and accept' people with disabilities. Prince Harry, 35, who is currently living in a $14 million mansion in Santa Barbara, has a starring role in a new Netflix documentary Rising Phoenix, which was released today and shares the history and stories behind the Paralympic Games.   The Duke follows in the footsteps of Meghan Markle, 39,  with the move to documentary work coming after the Duchess offered a voiceover for a Disney film earlier this year.  While it is not known whether Prince Harry was paid for his appearance in the film, sources revealed in January that he and Meghan plan to make a living by providing voiceovers and producing documentaries on ‘worthy’ issues such as mental health and climate change.  Prince Harry, 35, plays a starring role in a Netflix documentary...
    PRINCE Harry tributes sport in being able to "bring you back from the darkest places" as he praises the Paralympics in a new Netflix documentary. The Duke of Sussex, 35, appears in the film Rising Phoenix, which is set to air August 26 - the same date the Paralympic Games were set to go ahead before coronavirus hit. 8Prince Harry tributes sport in being able to "bring you back from the darkest places" in a new Netflix documentary Credit: Netflix 8The royal has reportedly been involved in the film since it was just an idea 8Prince Harry talks with athletes during the official launch of the one year countdown to the Invictus Games Credit: Reuters The documentary is set to tell the history of the Paralympics Games movement and the incredible stories of the athletes featured, including Ellie Cole, Jonnie Peacock and Tatyana McFadden. In a trailer for...
    ICE agents complain about being compared to Nazis and claim they are not racist and only 'look for people who are removable' in the new Netflix docu-series Immigration Nation.  The series will air on Netflix on August 3rd. It is the culmination of three years of interviews by the filmmakers with ICE a number of agents, some of whom defended their jobs and some who said they had grown tired of the tasks they face.  None give their full names, but one says he is sick of being compared to Nazis.  'To be called a Nazi, you know, a racist, you know, it's just ignorant. It's ignorant. 'We don't pick and choose groups of people based on race, color, religion. We just look for people who are removable,' he said, according to Newsweek which was given an exclusive first look at the footage.   Another agent said he was 'used' to the...
    With 16 Grammys, an ocean of hits and a celebrity fan club, iconic music producer David Foster has plenty to be proud of. This is evident in his new Netflix documentary David Foster: Off the Record which chronicles his illustrious career and the famous artists he's worked alongside. But for all the back slapping on display during the 90-minute testimonial with stars like Céline Dion, Michael Bublé, Andrea Bocelli, and Barbra Streisand gushing over Foster, DailyMail.com has learned a host of music legends are privately seething over the producer's apparent lack of humility. A string of big names have lined up to chastise Foster for erasing them from his music history, while others have been left shocked that he seemingly took sole credit for a lot of his best work. Two missing names in particular have caused much consternation: legendary record producer Humberto Gatica and Italian music sensation and composer...
    JOE Exotic fans have been given their first look at a new documentary filmed four months before his arrest which tracks unseen drama with zoo staff. The eccentric animal collector first captured people's attention in the smash hit Netflix docu-series Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness earlier this year. The best series on Netflix The best movies on Netflix 6Joe Exotic fans have been given their first look at a new documentary filmed four months before his arrest and tracks unseen drama with zoo staff But now a new documentary called Surviving Joe Exotic will air on Animal Planet and will focus on the four months before Joe's arrest for attempting to have his rival Carole Baskin killed. It will feature footage from Animal Planet documentary Wolves and Warriors as well as one of Joe's final interviews before his arrest. The documentary will also include interviews with...
    Lately, in need of comfort and with time on your hands, you may have stumbled upon the YouTube genre of the military reunion video. Men and women from all branches of the armed forces rejoin their families in bite-sized morsels of uplift: With a shriek and a skitter of sandals on linoleum, a beaming figure in combat fatigues engulfs a kid in a hug that doesn’t end until after the camera cuts. The moving, sincere, soulful Netflix documentary “Father Soldier Son,” directed by The New York Times’ Leslye Davis and Catrin Einhorn, is what happens when the camera keeps rolling. Filming took 10 years, so we meet Master Sgt. Brian Eisch, a handsome, impossibly square-jawed third-generation U.S. Army soldier in 2010, returning from a six-month tour in Afghanistan, to the two sons who’ve been in his care since his divorce. In the airport, strangers applaud as the sensitive Isaac, 12,...
    The mysterious death of a newlywed who plunged to his death through the roof of a hotel has sent true crime fans into a frenzy, with many rising suspicions over his multi-millionaire friend who refused to answer questions in the wake of the tragedy.  Netflix's revamp of the cult nineties NBC and CBS show Unsolved Mysteries, which launched on the streaming service last week, and delves into the 2006 death of Ray Rivera, 32, in its first episode Mystery on the Rooftop.  The reboot has quickly piqued the interest of crime buffs around the world, shooting straight to the top of the UK trending charts as the most watched Netflix show in the country.  Rey was found dead in an unused second-floor meeting room at the Belvedere Hotel in Baltimore, Marlyand, six days after going missing when a hole was spotted in the roof, and his death was ruled a...
    Youtube Netflix July is nearly here, and with half of the nation shutting back down due to a sudden spike in COVID-19 cases, you might be looking for something new to watch. If so, Netflix has you covered – July is filled with plenty of top-notch, binge worthy TV shows, critically-acclaimed movies and new documentaries to keep you occupied if you find yourself back in isolation.  See Also: New on Disney Plus in July However, in true Netflix form, the streaming service will also be removing several movies, shows and documentaries throughout the month as well, so Heavy wanted to give readers a chance to catch up on favorite series and films before they’re gone. Here’s what’s coming to, and leaving, Netflix in July, 2020: July 1 Chico Bon Bon: Monkey with a Tool Belt – Season 2 Deadwind: Season 2 Say I Do Under the Riccione...
    Before former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick led the franchise to an NFC title and a Super Bowl XLVII appearance, he starred at Pitman High in Turlock, Calif. Kaepernick’s high school years and his early-age experiences that led to his activism will be the subject of a six-part documentary titled, “Colin in Black and White” that will be produced by award-winning director, Ava DuVernay. Netflix announced plans for the series Monday. “Too often we see race and Black stories portrayed through a white lens,” Kaepernick said in a Netflix press release. “We seek to give new perspective to the differing realities that Black people face. We explore the racial conflicts I faced as an adopted Black man in a white community, during my high school years. It’s an honor to bring these stories to life in collaboration with Ava for the world to see.” Related Articles...
    A new Netflix documentary is focusing on the courageous gymnasts who refused to be silent about the sexual abuse they endured at the hands of USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar and the reporters who exposed the organization's toxic culture.   The first trailer for Athlete A features interviews with the IndyStar journalists who investigated the sexual abuse scandal and some of the athletes who bravely came forward, including Maggie Nichols, who was the first to report sexual abuse by Nassar to USA Gymnastics in 2015 and was initially referred to as 'Athlete A.' In the film, which starts streaming on June 24, Nichols reveals a conversation she had with another elite gymnast about Nassar's abuse. 'I was like, "Does he do this to you?" She said, "Yeah, like, he does it to me too."' Her story: Maggie Nichols appears in the new Netflix documentary Athlete A, which focuses on the USA...
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