Thanksgiving approacheth and, if you haven't already planned out exactly what you're going to binge watch after you binge eat, you better get to adding to that queue ASAP before the carb coma kicks in. Allow us to help you out a bit by providing a handful of our favorite documentaries currently streaming on Netflix.
Go behind-the-scenes with some of the world's most acclaimed chefs in this original series from Netflix. That is, if you can handle a show about food after you've eaten your body weight in stuffing.
How to Grow a Band
Join Chris Thile and the Punch Brothers in the early stages of their days together as a band. Chock full of performance footage and clips of the guys writing and recording, this is a must-see for any Punch Brothers fan.
How We Got to Now with Steven Johnson
Do you ever wonder how we went from cave-dwelling knuckle-draggers to tiny house-building iPhone zombies? This series from PBS and BBC 2 shines a light on a handful of the great ideas that got us there.
Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me
We don't really need to explain why you need to watch this one. It's Glen Campbell. Just do it.
In case you didn't know, bartending is not an easy job. Go behind the bar with some of the world's top mixologists as they mix and serve some seriously amazing cocktails.
One of the best music documentaries to come out in a long time, Muscle Shoals looks at the history of one of the best must towns in, well, ever.
The Battered Bastards of Baseball
If you like your baseball a little more ragtag and a little less 'roid rage, you'll love this portrait of a now-defunct minor league team in Portland, OR.
Austin to Boston
What's life on the road really like for touring musicians? Find out in this documentary, which follows Ben Howard, Nathaniel Rateliff, and more across the United States.
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