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Ever since streaming services went mainstream, documentaries have become staples of the "Sink into a couch and stare at a screen until your troubles melt away" experience. In fact, we can't imagine much of anything these days without a film crew, a somber voiceover, and the opportunity to obsessively tweet about it later. If your mind is similarly afflicted, then that's exactly why you need CuriosityStream.
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If you can imagine it, CuriosityStream can give you an entertaining, professionally produced explanation of it, complete with stunning visuals, splendorous animation, and that soothing drone of celebrity voiceover you've grown to love. All in all, we're talking about over 2,000 separate documentaries.
And let's be honest, you're missing out on a lot of these. For every cool doc that you catch on Netflix or Amazon Prime, there are several dozen that passed you by. Sure, you watched that one about Ted Bundy, but what about the BBC's Hiroshima doc? Or did you see Ancient Earth, the CGI extravaganza depicting long-dead denizens of this very planet? Then there's The Killer Truth About Dinosaurs, Man's First Friend (a documentary about dogs), and the Curious Minds series, which does deep dives into topics like terrorism and espionage.
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