Just because you are home during the quarantine doesn't mean you can't learn something new.
With the advent of streaming, access to the documentaries is more vast than ever, and luckily now, streaming services have stocked up on some of the greatest documentaries while we sit in our living rooms in our pajamas.
Here are picks for some of our favorite documentaries on streaming right now:
Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness - Netflix: Perhaps the most recent (and buzz-worthy) selection of this list, this docu-series from Netflix explores the mania of Exotic Joe, a wild animal caretaker who has a lot to hide underneath the surface. We can promise the premise is just as crazy as the whole series.
Apollo 11 - Hulu: Snubbed this past year at the Oscar's, Apollo 11 relies solely on archival footage to tell the story of perhaps the greatest adventure man has ever undertaken. Those expecting a documentary with modern day interviews interrupting the magnificent footage can look elsewhere. All others can enter here.
I Love You, Now Die: The Commonwealth v. Michelle Carter - HBO: One summer morning in the Massachusetts town of Fairhaven, Michelle Carter was able to talk her boyfriend into taking his own life. What transpires after is a legal battle of the century that sets the precedent for true crime documentaries.
Cheer - Netflix: If you didn't catch the hype-train of this dramatic documentary, now is the time to watch the high and lows of one cheer team on their quest to bring home grand prize. However, is the journey worth the reward?
Click through the slideshow above to see the best documentaries currently streaming now.