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Do you enjoy a good documentary from time to time? Check out our list of 25 documentaries to watch on Netflix, Hulu and Prime Video.
As much as I love to binge watch entertaining shows and movies (and I do!), I also love a good documentary. I love how I can be entertained and learn something new at the same time.
I also love exposing our children to documentaries so they aren’t watching the same cartoons over and over again. Watching documentaries together is a great family activity. And over the years, both of the girls have really come to enjoy watching documentaries with us.
Streaming services like Netflix, Hulu and Prime Video make discovering new documentaries to watch so easy! There are always great documentaries that I’ve been wanting to watch and ones that I have never even heard of. It’s great! You can also find some interesting documentaries on YouTube.
If you haven’t watched the ones I’ve listed below, make sure to watch them while they’re available for streaming on Netflix, Hulu and Prime Video.
And if you’ve watched all of these documentaries and are looking for some new ones, be sure to check out CuriosityStream. It’s an entire streaming service dedicated to documentaries! It’s super affordable too at $2.99 per month or $19.99 per year.
Now here’s that list of must-watch documentaries streaming now you were looking for!
Documentaries on Netflix (Last Updated 7/9/2019)
- Brene Brown: The Call to Courage
- The Magic Pill
- The Secret
- The Creative Brain
- Expedition Happiness
- Take Your Pills
- The True Cost
- Memory Games
Documentaries on Hulu (Last Updated 7/9/2019)
- Free Solo
- Off Label
- Tiny Shoulders: Re-Thinking Barbie
- Far From the Tree
Documentaries on Prime Video (Last Updated 7/9/2019)
- Fed Up
- Generation Wealth
- Fork Your Diet
- The Far Green Country
- Living in the Future’s Past
This is just a handful of the documentaries that are currently streaming on Netflix, Hulu and Prime Video. There are many more listed on each of these streaming services to explore! And don’t forget to check out CuriosityStream for more great documentaries!