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Source:  Fast Company

Netflix has launched a new podcast series that will take fans behind the scenes of its growing library of original documentaries like “Making a Murderer,” “The Keepers,” “13th,” the new Rachel Dolezal doc, “The Rachel Divide,” and this year’s Oscar winner “Icarus.”

The podcast kicked off yesterday with a look behind the scenes of its recent hit “Wild Wild Country.” 

Lindsey Weber, who is normally found hosting the “Who? Weekly” podcast, chatted with the directors, Chapman and Maclain Way, about their six-part documentary that follows the followers of the Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, whose so-called sex cult took over a small town in Oregon.

Read the story at Fast Company. 

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