Ready for your next documentary binge? If you’re looking for inspiration for you’re next movie night, these documentaries on Amazon Prime Video have been getting amazing reviews from viewers. With their high audience ratings and unique stories, you might want to add them to your “must-watch” list.

Netflix isn’t the only platform that can offer you a diverse catalogue of documentaries. Whether you’re looking for true crime stories or the life stories of celebs, like Amy Winehouse, this streaming service has you covered.

Prime Video also offers a 30-day free trial that you can take full advantage of while binging through these 6 documentaries.
If you’re looking for even more content to indulge in this month, check out everything that’s hitting the streaming service in April 2020.

One Child Nation

Rating: 84% on Rotten Tomatoes

In this documentary, a mother uncovers the effects of China’s one-child policy and how it has shaped generations of family members.

Make Us Dream

Rating: 89% on Rotten Tomatoes

Make Us Dream documents the extraordinary achievements of professional soccer player Steven Gerrard. It follows him from the age of eight years old until his retirement at 34 as he builds up the fallen Liverpool F.C.


Rating: 87% on Rotten Tomatoes

Amy relives the life of pop star Amy Winehouse through archived footage of the star and personal testimonials.


Rating: 93% on Rotten Tomatoes

In a cinematic reenactment, editor Marty Baron of The Boston Globe works alongside a team of journalists to uncover a sexual predator within the Roman Catholic Church. By interviewing victims and reopening past cases, the team works together to unveil what they believe is an elaborate cover-up.

City of Ghosts

Rating: 82% on Rotten Tomatoes

City of Ghosts follows a group of Syrians who call themselves, “Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently.” They put their lives on the line to bring awareness and document their homeland after it is taken over by ISIS.

Finding Oscar

Rating: 83% on Rotten Tomatoes

A young boy named Oscar was taken and raised by the soldiers who killed his family during the Guatemalan civil war. A forensic scientist sets out to investigate the forgotten murder and exactly what happened to Oscar.

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