20 Netflix Documentaries to Binge This Week

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    Ashley Selleke
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Two weeks ago, I had a thought that I never anticipated to ever cross my mind.

I might be getting tired of Netflix. 

There! I said it! Now, let me be clear: the thought wasn’t prompted by Netflix doing me wrong in any type of way, but because of the fact that I’ve been using their services more than I ever thought possible. In the recent past, I’ve plowed through series after series, and to be honest, I’m becoming numb to it. The only thing that I can relate it to is watching Game of Thrones for the first time, jumping at an act of violence—versus the 40th time, being seemingly unimpressed by an hour-long battle scene. 

But like clockwork, Netflix gave us exactly what we all needed. They released the documentary Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness onto our TV screens like a stork dropping off a tiny…

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