McMillions (2020) Who knew that the Mcdonald's Monopoly game had so much true crime behind it all? McMillions looks at the fraud behind the corrupted McDonald's Monopoly game from 1989 to 2001. 

Gaming Wall Street (2022) Gaming Wall Street is a two-part true crime docu-series that recounts the viral trend started by online vigilantes who wrecked the stock market and finally exposed widely hidden structural faults in Wall Street. It is based on the widely reported tale of Gamestop's stock market adventure.

Mind Over Murder (2022) A true-crime documentary series called Mind Over Murder must be seen to be believed. The programme delves into a 1985 murder investigation in which six persons were accused of murdering a beloved local grandma.

Heaven’s Gate: The Cult of Cults (2020) You will undoubtedly become immersed in Heaven's Gate: The Cult of Cults if you binge-watched Netflix's Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey, Scientology and the Aftermath, or one of the many documentaries with NXIVM themes.

McMillions (2020)Generation Hustle (2021-present) You will undoubtedly enjoy this docuseries if you enjoy programmes like WeCrashed and Inventing Anna. There are also episodes that talk about Adam Neuman and Anna Delvey in real life.

The Way Down (2021-2022) This film examines the remarkable tale of Gwen Shamblin Lara, the controversial head of the Remnant Fellowship church in Tennessee, and her tragic demise.

The Vow (2020-2022) NXIVM is one of the most well-known cults in recent times, despite its difficult pronunciation. The club, which was initially promoted as a leadership and personal development programme, gradually turned into something far more evil.

The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley (2019) The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley is one of the most extraordinary investigative works that needs to be seen to be believed. It is a sharp and enlightening documentary in which Alex Gibney rips back the veil on the greed hiding just below us.

I Love You, Now Die: The Commonwealth vs. Michelle Carter (2019) The criminal justice system is still catching up to the constantly changing and expanding world of texting and social media when crimes are perpetrated within the devices we hold in our hands, according to the book I Love You, Now Die: The Commonwealth vs. Michelle Carter.

I’ll be Gone in the Dark (2020-2021) I'll Be Gone in the Dark, an HBO original documentary series, stands apart from other true-crime programming because it chooses to focus on the victims and survivors of the Golden State Perpetrator rather than the killer himself.