• ‘Active Shooter: America Under Fire’ Premiere: What Time & Channel Is It on?

    Tonight, Showtime will premiere a documentary series about mass shooting sin America. Find out when and where to watch here.

  • Maureen Blumhardt, Charles Barkley’s Wife: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

  • WATCH: Charles Barkley’s ‘American Race’ Trailer

  • ‘Lost Tapes’ LA Riots Documentary: What Time & Channel Is It on?

  • Cindy Anthony: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

  • Katie Couric, Gender Revolution Documentary: What Time & Channel Is It on?

    Tonight, Katie Couric introduces a new two hour special documentary, Gender Revolution, on National Geographic. Find out the time, channel, and more details.

  • Shark Week 2016 Schedule

  • David Attenborough’s Oculus Rift Doc: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

  • SXSW 2014: Top 10 Facts You Need to Know

  • WATCH: Oculus Rift ‘Zero Point’ Virtual Reality Trailer

  • Top 10 Documentaries You Need to See

    These are some of the best, under appreciated documentaries you need to check out.

  • Know Your History: The 15 Best Video Game Documentaries

  • Russell Brand Doing Heroin on Camera: Scary Real Footage from His Junkie Days

  • New On Netflix: Ken Burns: Baseball

  • Marley

  • Capturing The Friedmans

  • Earth Girls Are Easy

  • Jesus Camp

  • Crazy Love

  • New On Netflix: Cocaine Cowboys

    Billy Corben reveals Miami to be a city built out of white powder in this exhausting documentary that chronicles the illegal drug trade of the 1970s and '80s.

  • New On Netflix: Grizzly Man

  • New On Netflix: Outrage

  • New On Netflix: Being Elmo: A Puppeteer’s Journey

  • New On Netflix: Limelight

  • New On Netflix: Blank City

    Celine Danhier's alternately fascinating and infuriating documentary takes a look at New York City's "No Wave" filmmaking movement that featured such underground artists as Nick Zedd, Richard Kern and Jim Jarmusch.

  • New On Netflix: Madonna’s Truth Or Dare

  • Mayan Prophecies and Crop Circles

  • Super Size Me

  • Beer Wars

  • Dirty: One Word Can Change The World

    This documentary traces ODB’s life from his childhood in Brooklyn to his eternal influence on music. Exclusive interviews with Wu-Tang members and family bring to light his struggles with addiction, time in a mental prison and his death just two days before his 36th birthday.