At the end of his life, jazz great Louis Armstrong opens up about his fascinating and troubled youth.
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The series takes place during the night that Notre-Dame burned. It’s about the destiny of men and women who have their own fire to put out. As the Paris firefighters try to stop the flames from spreading in the Cathedral, the show also follows characters being put through the wringer
Based on true events. When the Peruvian soccer star Paolo Guerrero tells his struggle in the courtroom surrounding his nearly tragic yet very bizarre anti-doping case prior to World Cup 2018.
From Oscar-nominated director Dan Krauss (Extremis, The Kill Team), The Anthrax Attacks tells the story of the 2001 anthrax attacks on the United States and one of the largest and most complex FBI investigations in the history of law enforcement.
A chronicle of the thrilling 1983 America’s Cup, “Race of the Century” is a classic underdog story. It tells the tale of the scrappy group of Australians who band together to dethrone the New York Yacht Club, and break the longest-running win streak in history 132 years!
In the days and weeks after Hurricane Katrina struck New Orleans, a group of doctors and nurses at Memorial Medical Center were faced with unimaginable choices. With the power out and the floodwaters rising, they were forced to decide who would live and who would die.
Watch with Prime A League of Their Own is a series that follows the story of women who dreamed of playing professional baseball.
Apple TV+ series Experience the wonders of our world like never before in this epic docuseries from Jon Favreau and the producers of "Planet Earth
A Very British Scandal focuses on the divorce of the Duke and Duchess of Argyll, one of the most notorious, extraordinary and brutal legal cases
“Lincoln’s Dilemma,” a four-part documentary series, is a fresh exploration of