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LONDON - JANUARY 27: In this photo illustration two young child watch television at home, January 27, 2005 in London, England. (Photo Illustration by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)

Our new guy, Jeff Kurkjian, is a bit of streamer. Not video games, SHOWS and MOVIES. He watches everything and pays an arm and a leg for every streaming service so you know exactly what you should and shouldn’t get.

If you missed the shows you should be watching, check out his post here if you’re looking for more than just a documentary for this weekend.

As for this list, there’s a bit of true crime, a bit of documentary and whole lot of entertainment. Let us know what you think should be added @925XTU!

  • American Murder: The Family Next Door

    You can watch it Netflix, it’s the story of 34-year-old Shanann Watts and her two young daughters who disappeared in Colorado back in 2018. It’s a true-crime documentary that can be difficult to comprehend from a human stand point.

    Check out the trailer.

  • My Octopus Teacher

    Check it out on Netflix! Okay, stay with me here, I know it’s a bit weird in the title but this documentary is breathtaking. A director follows one octopus who he befriends. Through trials and triumphs, we see the life that this animal endures under the water. HIGHLY RECOMMEND! (also, kid friendly but not a kid’s movie, if that makes sense)

  • Three Identical Strangers

    This documentary on Hulu covers the lives of Edward Galland, David Kellman, and Robert Shafran. Who are these three men? I can’t give anything away, it’s fascinating. 

  • Apollo 11

    No, not Apollo 13, we are talking about the famous space shuttle that successfully landed on the moon here folks! If you’re like me and you weren’t alive when we touched down on the moon, this is an amazing perspective, wonderfully told about the moon landing.

    Check it out on Hulu.

  • Abducted In Plain Sight

    TRUE CRIME! We all love it but honestly, this one is hard to take in due to the graphic nature of what conspired. Not kid friendly, definitely the weirdest one I’ve ever watched but worth the time. Free with your Netflix subscription.