If you’re looking for an addicting binge, we have some Netflix true crime documentaries you need to watch. We’re looking at the best docuseries and documentary films about true crime on Netflix. We won’t be looking at series that cover different case files in every episode, however. WatchMojo ranks the most shocking Netflix true crime documentaries. Who’s your Netflix true crime doc? Let us know in the comments!

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List rank and entries:
10: “The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann” (2019)
9: “The Innocent Man” (2018)
8: “The Keepers” (2017)
7: “Amanda Knox” (2016)
6: “Casting JonBenet” (2017)
5: “Evil Genius: The True Story of America’s Most Diabolical Bank Heist” (2018)
4: “Abducted in Plain Sight” (2017)
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  1. Abducted in Plain Sight was so sad and I can’t believe how the parents continued to be played. Like over and over.

  2. Maddy Mccann was drugged and accidentally murdered by her parents and the case went on so long bc the parents payed the police and media and nothing anyone can say will change my mind

  3. Most of the documents with dramatization scenes are ruining everything or “movies” like the oncoming gibsy rose whatever… the true documentary is enough and better and real, not colored bias…

  4. I hope the fyre whatever scam festival document profits go to theyre victims parents or relatives etc..

  5. I still can’t believe her parents left Madeleine McCann alone at night.
    They keep pointing out that they could see the door from their table, but what good is that? It was far enough away and with enough obstacles that they wouldn’t have been able to catch up to the kidnapper even if they’d been sitting there staring at the door the whole time.

  6. I was going to recommend “There’s Something Wrong with Aunt Diane” and “Dear Zachary: A Letter to a Son About His Father” but they aren’t on Netflix anymore You should definitely track them down. They are both riveting and heartbreaking. Dear Zachary is especially gut-wrenching. In fact you should only watch it with someone you don’t mind ugly crying in front of.

  7. I really don’t enjoy the fact that you started the video with that crap-pile that is known as ‘Abducted in Plain Sight’

    PS: ‘Abducted in Plain Sight’ is one of the worst true crime documentary’s I have ever watched and for all the wrong reasons.

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