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Looking for some HBO Max true crime to binge on? Check out the 20 best shows about true crime on HBO Max that you can watch right now.

HBO Max is similar to HBO but better!

It features nearly twice as many highly-rated true crime shows to choose from, including originals.

We’ve picked 20 of the best shows about true crime on HBO Max and included them in the list below.


The Jinx The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst HBO Max

1. The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst

  • IMDB Rating: 8.6/10
  • Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 95%
  • Where To Watch: HBO Max, Prime Video, Apple TV, VUDU, Binge
  • Genres: Documentary, Biography, Crime
  • Rating: TV-MA
  • Released: 2015
  • Seasons: 1
  • Episodes: 6

HBO Max has no shortage of sensational true-crime offerings, yet this 2015 mini-series is by far one of the most praised and shocking series ever made.

The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst dives into the life of New York real estate heir Robert Durst.

Beginning in 2010, filmmaker and director Andrew Jarecki sat down for an extensive set of interviews with Robert regarding his suspected involvement in three murder cases.

Robert Durst was suspected of having been responsible for the disappearance of his first wife, Kathleen McCormack, in 1982, as well as the murder of his friend Susan Berman in 2000 and his neighbor Morris Black in 2001.

In 2003 Robert Durst was tried and freed for the murder of Morris Black two years prior. What is really shocking is how Robert was able to walk free despite extensive amounts of evidence racked up against him.

It is fair to say The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst is unlike any other true-crime documentary out there. The mini-series, with its shocking ending, will leave you with your jaw on the floor.

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Pacto Brutal O Assassinato de Daniella Perez HBO Max

2. Pacto Brutal: O Assassinato de Daniella Perez

  • IMDB Rating: 8.5/10
  • Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 100%
  • Where To Watch: HBO Max
  • Genres: DocumentaryCrime
  • Rating: TV-MA
  • Released: 2022
  • Seasons: 1
  • Episodes: 5

In 1992, dancer and actress Daniella Perez was murdered by her co-star Guilherme de Pádua and his wife, Paula Thomaz.

The cruelly planned death of the 22-year-old shocked the country of Brazil and occupied the front page of local newspapers for years.

The docuseries Pacto Brutal: O Assassinato de Daniella Perez dives deep into the premeditated murder acted upon by her jealous co-star and accomplice.

Daniella’s mother, Gloria Perez, took the investigation into her own hands, and in this must-watch HBO Max true crime documentary, she shares the details of her fight for justice.

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I Love You Now Die The Commonwealth v Michelle Carter HBO Max

3. I Love You, Now Die: The Commonwealth v. Michelle Carter

  • IMDB Rating: 7.5/10
  • Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 90%
  • Where To Watch: HBO Max, Hulu, VUDU, Binge
  • Genres: Documentary, Crime
  • Rating: TV-MA
  • Released: 2019
  • Runtime: 2h

“We should be like Romeo and Juliet at the end” This is what Conrad Roy said before he committed suicide on July 13, 2014, after his girlfriend, Michelle Carter, 17 at the time, had encouraged him to do so by text messages.

The disturbing 2019 HBO documentary I Love You, Now Die: The Commonwealth vs. Michelle Carter exploits modern technology and how the criminal justice system is still catching up to the ever-changing world of social media and texting.

The case of a young teenager committing suicide after his girlfriend continuously encouraged him to over texts has received nationwide coverage due to its alarming subject matter.

This true-crime documentary will give you a shocking look into the damaging effects of social media on a teenager’s mental health, as well as the power that written words can hold.

But who should be held accountable in such matters? Just because Michelle hid behind a screen and had her device do her dirty work, she is still guilty, right? I Love You, Now Die asks exactly that.

You, the viewer, will be transported into the courtroom where Michelle Carter was trialed for involuntary manslaughter.

This HBO special showcases the prosecution’s point of view and, alternately, the defense’s.

Which side do you fall on?

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I'll Be Gone in the Dark

4. I’ll Be Gone in the Dark

  • IMDB Rating: 7.4/10
  • Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 96%
  • Where To Watch: HBO Max, Prime Video, Hulu, Apple TV, VUDU, Binge
  • Genres: Documentary, Crime, Mystery
  • Rating: TV-MA
  • Released: 2020-2021
  • Seasons: 1
  • Episodes: 7

There is plenty of true crime documentary shows out there to watch, but what makes this HBO true crime series stand out from the rest is the way it chooses to give a voice to the victims and survivors instead of focusing on the killer.

In I’ll Be Gone in the Dark, journalist Michelle McNamara takes us on a journey of her astonishing investigation into the unsolved identity of the Golden State Killer. The series accompanies her best-selling true crime novel and audiobook, I’ll Be Gone in the Dark: One Woman’s Obsessive Search for the Golden State Killer.

The Golden State Killer was a serial rapist and killer who inflicted mayhem upon women and couples in California during the 1970s and the 1980s.

Despite the frequency of attacks, with at least 13 murders and 51 rapes, police were never able to catch the culprit.

The HBO true crime docuseries contains real-life interviews that Michelle conducted herself with countless survivors that were able to tell their stories.

Unfortunately, Michelle McNamara tragically died before she could finish her investigation. Despite all her hard work, she never discovered the killer’s identity.

The investigation spanning over many decades, finally came to a close when in 2018, Joseph James DeAngelo was arrested and believed to be the Golden State Killer.

Thankfully Michelle’s colleagues, along with her widower, Patton Oswalt, helped to finish the last portion of her work with the extensive notes she had left behind. The result is an all-consuming deep dive into one of the greatest cases in true crime history.

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Murder on Middle Beach HBO Max

5. Murder on Middle Beach

  • IMDB Rating: 7.4/10
  • Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 100%
  • Where To Watch: HBO Max, Prime Video, Hulu, Apple TV, VUDU, Binge
  • Genres: Documentary, Crime, Mystery
  • Rating: TV-MA
  • Released: 2020
  • Seasons: 1
  • Episodes: 4

Imagine losing a loved one but never having the answers to who, why, or how.

Murder on Middle beach is a heartbreaking story following the journey of a son trying to solve his mother’s murder.

This four-part HBO true-crime documentary series directed by Madison Hamburg dives deep into the puzzling and ruthless murder of his mother, Barbara Hamburg.

To this day, the case remains unsolved, and Madison is forced to play the grieving son as well as a sleuthing detective.

Madison grew up in a wealthy and seemingly happy family. However, darkness lurked between the surface, and his parents suffered a messy divorce. Several years later, Barbara Hamburg was discovered murdered outside her home.

Murder on Middle Beach takes viewers on a wild goose chase full of sketchy suspects as Madison interviews everyone from his father to his aunt and even his own sister.

To Madison, everyone has become a suspect in his mother’s murder.

The series can easily be binged over the course of one weekend and follows one son’s search for not only answers in a mystifying murder mystery but for peace and acceptance too.

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Low Country The Murdaugh Dynasty HBO Max Original

6. Low Country: The Murdaugh Dynasty

  • IMDB Rating: 7.3/10
  • Rotten Tomatoes Rating: -%
  • Where To Watch: HBO Max
  • Genres: Documentary, Biography, Crime
  • Rating: TV-MA
  • Released: 2022
  • Seasons: 1
  • Episodes: 3

This new chilling series follows the investigation of lawyer Alex Murdaugh who was accused of murdering his wife, Maggie, and son Paul on the night of June 7, 2021.

The three-part saga explores the Murdaugh family dragging a fine comb through their life and previous crimes. Showing that the powerful, seemingly good-willed family has been taking advantage of their power and using it for their own selfish means.

The captivating series is filled with twists and turns right until the very end.

There are murders, extortion, cover-ups, fraud, and other complications that make this story more than just one about a family who grew to carry a lot of power in the county they represented.

Low Country: The Murdaugh Dynasty is sure to please those looking for their next true crime fix.

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Who Killed Garrett Phillips HBO Max

7. Who Killed Garrett Phillips?

  • IMDB Rating: 7.3/10
  • Rotten Tomatoes Rating: -%
  • Where To Watch: HBO Max, Prime Video, Hulu, Apple TV, VUDU, Binge
  • Genres: Documentary, Crime, Mystery
  • Rating: TV-MA
  • Released: 2019
  • Runtime: 3h 6m

On October 24, 2011, 12-year-old Garrett Phillips was murdered in his home in Potsdam, a small town in upstate New York.

On that fateful day, the neighbors called 911 after hearing someone cry “no” and “help”.

Who killed Garrett Phillips is a question we may never truly ever get an answer to. But this HBO Max true crime documentary seeks to explore who it could have been.

Who Killed Garrett Phillips contains a full-blown police investigation, the trial of soccer coach Oral “Nick” Hillary who dated the boy’s mother a year earlier, and other clues that surfaced years after the murder.

However, the truth still remains a mystery.

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Heavens Gate The Cult of Cults HBO Max

8. Heaven’s Gate: The Cult of Cults

  • IMDB Rating: 7.2/10
  • Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 88%
  • Where To Watch: HBO Max, Apple TV, VUDU, Binge
  • Genres: Documentary, Crime
  • Rating: TV-MA
  • Released: 2020
  • Runtime: 3h 26m

If you enjoyed series like Scientology and the Aftermath, Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey, or the Wild Wild Country documentary, then you are sure to love Heaven’s Gate: The Cult of Cults.

The HBO series explores the UFO religion Heaven’s Gate, which was led by Marshall Applewhite through the eyes of its former members and loved ones.

Heavens Gate: The Cult of Cults uncovers the organization’s unusual beliefs and bizarre rituals from what began as the vanishing of 20 people from a small town in Oregon in 1975 to ending up as a tragic mass suicide in 1997, featuring never-before-seen footage of the cult.

It was the largest suicide on US soil and it changed the face of modern new-age religion forever.

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Catch and Kill The Podcast Tapes HBO Max

9. Catch and Kill: The Podcast Tapes

  • IMDB Rating: 7.2/10
  • Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 88%
  • Where To Watch: HBO Max, Prime Video, Hulu, Apple TV, VUDU, Binge
  • Genres: Documentary
  • Rating: TV-MA
  • Released: 2021
  • Seasons: 1
  • Episodes: 6

Catch and Kill: The Podcast Tapes is a six-part docuseries based on Ronan Farrow’s book, Catch and Kill.

The TV mini-series follows Ronan Farrow as he explores the Harvey Weinstein sexual abuse case by conducting interviews with victims, private investigators, and other sources.

Filmmaker Harvey Weinstein was accused of rape, sexual assault, and sexual abuse by over 80 women in the film industry over a period of 30 years.

The first allegation came on the 5th of October, 2017, and was closely followed by many more allegations.

By November 2017, a list of over 100 apparent instances of sexual abuse by Harvey between 1980 and 2015 was released, including eighteen allegations of rape.

Is Harvey Weinstein guilty of all these allegations? Watch this intriguing HBO original to find out.

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Phoenix Rising HBO Max

10. Phoenix Rising

  • IMDB Rating: 7.1/10
  • Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 88%
  • Where To Watch: HBO Max, Hulu, VUDU, Binge
  • Genres: Documentary, Crime
  • Rating: TV-MA
  • Released: 2022
  • Seasons: 1
  • Episodes: 2

The shocking 2021 documentary Phoenix Rising is the true story of actress and activist Evan Rachel Wood, who was a survivor of domestic violence.

The two-part documentary has been produced and directed by Amy Berg, Academy Award nominee and director of the popular HBO Max true crime documentary The Case Against Adnan Syed, which also features on this list.

In Phoenix Rising, Evan names her infamous abuser for the very first time.

Her abuser has no charges currently filed against them and denies abusing Evan or any other person but is now under investigation by the FBI.

The Phoenix Rising charts Evan’s journey from silent victim to vocal survivor and her rise to a domestic violence advocate with the use of archival footage, intimate home videos, and testimony from Evan and other survivors.

The shocking documentary highlights the protection that abusers have and the loneliness victims feel.

The Phoenix Act hopes to shed light on many of the factors that may prevent victims from coming forward.

Evan successfully pushed for The Phoenix Act, which was signed into California State Law in 2019, extending the statute of limitations for domestic violence offenses from three years to five years.

Join Evan in Phoenix Rising as she pursues justice, heals generational wounds, and reclaims her story.

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Atlantas Missing and Murdered The Lost Children HBO Max

11. Atlanta’s Missing and Murdered: The Lost Children

  • IMDB Rating: 7.1/10
  • Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 94%
  • Where To Watch: HBO Max, Prime Video, Hulu, Apple TV, VUDU, Binge
  • Genres: Documentary, Crime
  • Rating: TV-MA
  • Released: 2020
  • Seasons: 1
  • Episodes: 5

From 1979 through to 1981, an unspeakable horror was occurring in Atlanta. A serial killer was inflicting terror upon the city, and during the three years period, at least 30 African-American children and young adults had either disappeared or were found murdered.

Atlanta’s Missing and Murdered: The Lost Children is a heavy but necessary viewing.

It explores who, in the midst of murder investigations, receives attention from both the media and police and who doesn’t.

Finally, after he was allowed to inflict terror on so many citizens for so long, police arrested 23-year-old Wayne Williams.

Wayne was convicted of the murder of two young adults and was also connected to the murders of 10 children.

After Wayne had been convicted for the cases, most of the open cases were closed in 1982 without ever going to trial.

To this day, many still feel as though the cases were not dealt with properly and were unjustly haltered before it could be proved that Wayne was responsible for every disappearance and killing.

In 2019 the mayor of Atlanta officially reopened the case.

The series Atlanta’s Missing and Murdered: The Lost Children continues to disclose new information surrounding the cases as the uncertainty of Wayne’s guilt remains among the victim’s families.

Is Wayne Williams responsible for every single one of the murders and disappearances? Have these families truly received the justice they deserve for their missing loved ones?

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Mind Over Murder HBO Max

12. Mind Over Murder

  • IMDB Rating: 7.1/10
  • Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 100%
  • Where To Watch: HBO Max, Prime Video, Hulu, Apple TV, VUDU, Binge
  • Genres: Documentary, Biography, Crime
  • Rating: TV-MA
  • Released: 2022
  • Seasons: 1
  • Episodes: 6

Mind Over murder is an HBO true-crime documentary series that you have to see to believe.

It explores a murder case from 1985 when a beloved grandmother, Helen Wilson, was murdered in her home.

Six people were convicted of murdering the grandmother treasured by her community. Of the six people, five gave confessions.

However, the story is so full of twists and turns because decades later, in 2009, DNA evidence couldn’t prove that a single one of them was in Helen’s home. Throwing the case and community into a massive spin.

Nanfu Wang, the mind behind the documentary mini-series, explores how unreliable memory can be in stressful situations like these and how flawed our judicial system really is.

Nanfu speaks to the members of the Beatrice Six, the surviving family members of Helen Wilson, and the police force that led the investigation to investigate how this case was mishandled and its impact 35 years later.

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The Case Against Adnan Syed HBO Max

13. The Case Against Adnan Syed

  • IMDB Rating: 6.7/10
  • Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 82%
  • Where To Watch: HBO Max, Prime Video, Hulu, Apple TV, VUDU
  • Genres: Documentary, Crime
  • Rating: TV-14
  • Released: 2019
  • Seasons: 1
  • Episodes: 4

Directed by Academy Award nominee Amy Berg, The Case Against Adnan Syed is a four-part documentary series that can serve as a companion piece to the ever-so-popular Serial podcast, which brought the murder to attention in 2014.

In 1999 Adnan Syed, a high school student, was found guilty of murdering his 18-year-old ex-girlfriend, Hae Min Lee.

Over the past two decades since the crime, Adnan has continued to insist on his innocence, despite his life sentence.

Many people, including his family, actually believe he is innocent.

The HBO documentary The Case Against Adnan Syed follows Syed’s family as they work on obtaining a retrial based on newfound evidence and insights worth the court’s attention.

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Allen v Farrow HBO Max

14. Allen v. Farrow

  • IMDB Rating: 6.6/10
  • Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 82%
  • Where To Watch: HBO Max, Prime Video, Hulu, Apple TV, VUDU, Binge
  • Genres: Documentary, Biography, Crime
  • Rating: TV-MA
  • Released: 2021
  • Seasons: 1
  • Episodes: 4

In 1992 Woody Allen was accused of sexual assault by his 7-year-old stepdaughter, Dylan Farrow.

The case became an all-out war between Woody and Dylan’s mother, Mia Farrow.

Mia never backed down. She continued to advocate for her daughter, saying she was telling the truth despite much of the media and law siding with the then, popular A-list star Woody Allen.

The four-part HBO documentary looks back on the crime with new evidence, a surplus of home video footage, and never before heard audio recordings from Woody’s 2020 memoir.

The evidence paints a dark family portrait of pain and deception, along with a look into the flawed system that often protects the abuser and not the victim.

Allen v Farrow, the documentary from award-winning investigative filmmakers Kirby Dick, Amy Ziering, and Amy Herdy conducts several interviews with Mia and Dylan Farrow as they plunge into their past with a modern lens.

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Undercurrent The Disappearance of Kim Wall HBO Max

15. Undercurrent: The Disappearance of Kim Wall

  • IMDB Rating: 6.6/10
  • Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 20%
  • Where To Watch: HBO Max, Hulu, VUDU, Binge
  • Genres: Documentary, Biography, Crime
  • Rating: TV-MA
  • Released: 2022
  • Seasons: 1
  • Episodes: 2

Made up of two episodes, both an hour in length, Undercurrent: The Disappearance of Kim Wall is a quick but intriguing watch.

The HBO true crime series explores the disappearance of a young Swedish freelance journalist, Kim Wall.

On 10 August 2017, Kim’s life was tragically cut short when she boarded a homemade submarine to interview a man named Peter Madsen.

She was reported missing when the boat failed to return to the harbor, and although Peter was rescued from the water, Kim was not.

Between August 21st and November 29th, parts of Kim’s dismembered body were found in different locations around the area. She had been murdered.

Undercurrent: The Disappearance of Kim Wall displays a unique and disturbing case that shocked Denmark to its core.

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What Happened Brittany Murphy HBO Max

16. What Happened, Brittany Murphy?

  • IMDB Rating: 6.5/10
  • Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 27%
  • Where To Watch: HBO Max, Binge
  • Genres: Documentary, Biography, Crime
  • Rating: TV-MA
  • Released: 2021
  • Seasons: 1
  • Episodes: 2

Directed by Emmy-nominated Cynthia Hill and executive produced by Emmy-winner Jason Blum, What Happened, Brittany Murphy? is a two-part documentary series that charts the tragically short life of actress Brittany Murphy, known for her celebrated performances in Clueless, 8 Mile, and King of the Hill.

In 2009, Brittany Murphy died in her Hollywood Hills home. A 911 call was made by her mother, Sharon Murphy after Brittany suddenly collapsed.

She had been experiencing flu-like symptoms in the days leading up to her death.

Upon arriving at the hospital, Brittany Murphy was pronounced dead.

The documentary explores the idea that Brittany’s marriage was damaging to her mental health and life. She was often called fat and constantly worried about her weight.

Using video footage and new interviews, What Happened, Brittany Murphy paints a compelling case that Simon Monjack her husband was a liar and manipulator. Hiding an array of shady crimes from his wife.

Brittany’s death was labeled pneumonia, an entirely treatable case if someone had taken her to the hospital before she collapsed.

Could she have been saved? Was she poisoned? Is Simon an innocent grieving husband or a cold-blooded murderer?

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The Murders at Starved Rock HBO Max

17. The Murders at Starved Rock

  • IMDB Rating: 6.5/10
  • Rotten Tomatoes Rating: -%
  • Where To Watch: HBO Max, Hulu, Apple TV, VUDU, Binge
  • Genres: Documentary, Crime, Mystery
  • Rating: TV-14
  • Released: 2021
  • Seasons: 1
  • Episodes: 3

The Murders at Starved Rock is a three-part documentary series that recounts the death of three women, Frances Murphy, Mildred Lindquist, and Lillian Oetting, in 1960 at Starved Rock State Park.

Killer Chester Weger was convicted soon after in 1961 and has spent the past six decades in prison; however, he maintains his innocence. Something the small town of Illinois is divided on.

What’s interesting about this documentary is that the filmmaker, David Raccuglia is the son of the prosecutor who got Chester convicted.

The Murders at Starved Rock is a captivating look at one man’s complicated relationship with a historical crime. Along with the brutal murders of three women, the questions unanswered and the doubts left in their wake.

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Black and Missing HBO Max

18. Black and Missing

  • IMDB Rating: 6.4/10
  • Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 100%
  • Where To Watch: HBO Max, Hulu, Apple TV, VUDU, Binge
  • Genres: Documentary, Crime
  • Rating: TV-MA
  • Released: 2021
  • Seasons: 1
  • Episodes: 4

Black and Missing is a four-part HBO documentary series by multiple Emmy winner Geeta Gandbhir and award-winning documentarian, journalist, author, and activist Soledad O’Brien.

The series follows Black and Missing Foundation founders Derrica and Natalie Wilson as they fight a never-ending battle to bring awareness to the black missing person cases that are disregarded by law enforcement and national media.

Haunted by the stories of vanished loved ones in a population often overlooked, the sisters-in-law are driven by the need to get the cases the attention and assistance they deserve urging the police departments to allocate more resources to the cases.

The documentary Black and Missing is a profound, intimate look at the systemic racism that exists in our country and the attitudes that stem from it.

This intimate look at Derrica and Natalie’s personal battle to locate missing black people also highlights stories of hope and closure as the Black and Missing Foundation contributes to the resolution of numerous high-profile missing person cases.

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The Invisible Pilot HBO Max

19. The Invisible Pilot

  • IMDB Rating: 6.3/10
  • Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 50%
  • Where To Watch: HBO Max, Hulu, Apple TV, VUDU, Binge
  • Genres: Documentary, Biography, Crime
  • Rating: TV-MA
  • Released: 2022
  • Seasons: 1
  • Episodes: 3

The gripping three-part documentary series The Invisible Pilot by Emmy-winning filmmakers Phil Lott and Ari Mark is a tale of a charismatic, daredevil husband and father that supposedly committed suicide, though his body was never found.

Gary Betzner unexpectedly jumped off a bridge to his death in 1977, despite a seemingly happy home life and a worthwhile career as a pilot.

He left behind Sally, their two children, Travis and Sara Lee, his former wife Claudia, and their daughter Polly.

The Invisible Pilot expresses the baffling case that is the suicide of Gary Betzner.

Some people theorize that he never even jumped at all.

His body is searched for by his hopeful small-town Arkansas community; meanwhile, his family and friends seek answers.

Years later, a mysterious story arises involving secret identities, hypnosis, a double life of dangerous missions, and law-breaking. And that’s just the beginning.

Did Gary Betzner actually jump? Was Gary trying to hide something?

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The Anarchists HBO Max

20. The Anarchists

  • IMDB Rating: 6.3/10
  • Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 50%
  • Where To Watch: HBO Max, Prime Video, Hulu, Apple TV, VUDU, Binge
  • Genres: Documentary
  • Rating: TV-MA
  • Released: 2022
  • Seasons: 1
  • Episodes: 6

In 2019, HBO released The Anarchists, a documentary that explores six years worth of anarchism and activism.

Filmed in seven countries and narrated by Academy Award-winning actor Matt Damon, the documentary follows the journey of everyday people who are advancing anarchist principles around the globe.

In 2015 Canadian entrepreneur Jeff Berwick launched a conference in Acapulco, Mexico.

The aim of the conference was to promote anarchy in its purest form- the lack of a government with pure individual self-rule.

The event, called “Anarchapulco,” draws an international array of people, including families seeking to “unschool” their children to protect them from modern life governments.

The six-part documentary displays a strange and deadly series of events.

Beginning with an impulsive one-off gathering and becoming an ever-growing annual event.

But when rule-avoidant freedom activists come together in one of the most dangerous cities in the world, unrealistic ideas collide with the unpredictability of human nature, and as a result, relationships are fractured, rivalries are forged, and, ultimately, lives are lost.

The Anarchists features first-hand accounts from Jeff along with anarchy activists Lisa and Nathan Freeman, who left the United States with their children to find a freer life in Mexico, as well as American fugitives John Galton and Lily Forester on the run from drug charges, among others.

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