Watch the Trailer for New Docuseries 'Living Undocumented'
The Netflix show follows eight families as they fight to stay in America.
'Free Meek' Docuseries Illustrates Plight of Black Men in Criminal Justice System
The five-part series explores racial injustice in the judicial system through the all too common case of rapper Meek Mill.
New Docuseries on Race in America Says 'We Gon' Be Alright'
Based on Jeff Chang’s book of the same title, the series examines the roots of America’s division and inequality—and how we can change course.
Henry Louis Gates Explores Reconstruction Via New Docuseries and Book
“Reconstruction: America After the Civil War” begins with the exuberant hope that accompanied the end of the war and ends with the hard realities of Jim Crow.
ICYMI: Meek Mill's New Docuseries Has a Teaser Trailer
In “#FreeMeek,” the Philly rapper hero details his firsthand experience with the criminal justice system.
'Surviving R. Kelly' Boosts Ratings and Donations, Inspires Possible Legal Action
It looks like Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx and the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office were among the millions who watched the Lifetime docuseries last week.
Tarana Burke Offers Advice to Survivors Watching 'Surviving R. Kelly'
The organizer and founder of the Me Too Movement appears in the docuseries about the R&B singer’s alleged sexual abuse of Black women and girls.
Docuseries 'Waking Dream' Follows Dreamers in Limbo
The streaming show follows six young immigrants of undocumented status as they fight for their American lives.
Black Women Swap Horror Stories in 'Surviving R. Kelly'
Lifetime’s upcoming docuseries features more than 50 interviews with survivors, commentators and Kelly’s family that speak to his alleged sexual abuse of Black girls and women.
PBS Docuseries Revisits Richness of Pre-Columbian 'Native America'
The four-part series uses Indigenous oral traditions, archeological evidence and 3-D mapping to explore the cultures that flourished before colonization.
Chris Rock Revisits 'Bring the Pain' for A&E Docuseries
A new episode of A&E’s “Cultureshock” explores the development of the 1996 HBO special and its controversial social commentary, which made Rock one of his era’s most renowned stand-up comics.
Critics Slam A&E's 'Generation KKK,' NYT Profile for Normalizing White Supremacy
A&E’s upcoming docuseries will focus on active Klansmen and anti-hate activists.
'I Am Not Your Negro,' '13th' and 'O.J.: Made in America' Shortlisted for Oscar Doc Nominations
Will one of these projects win an Oscar in January?