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Source:  What’s on Netflix

Studio 54 – Most never experienced Studio 54 at the height of its popularity, and this documentary allows you to either relive or experience the magic of the nightclub for the first time.

Behind the Curve – Cult documentaries always perform well on Netflix, and this one will likely follow in those footsteps. The film specifically takes a look at flat Earthers and the flat Earth theory.

Flavorful Origins – Netflix has made a number of acquisitions from China’s Tencent Video, but this one is perhaps the best one so far. Each 12-minute episode explores a different type of the country’s Chaoshan cuisine.

The 2000s – CNN is mainly known for their round-the-clock news coverage and shouting matches, but some of their docuseries are sublime. Naturally “Anthony Bourdain’s Parts Unknown” is their biggest series, but one of their other memorable series is their docuseries on the past few decades.

ReMastered: The Two Killings of Sam Cooke – Netflix has been slowly dropping music documentaries under the docuseries name of “Remastered.”  This episode takes at the life of Sam Cooke and the investigation into the circumstances surrounding his death. It also features Quincy Jones, Smokey Robinson, and Dionne Warwick.

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