Documentaries you need to watch on #

is becoming a great way for families to stay entertained during the coronavirus lockdown period. What are the best documentaries and documentary series on right now?

PUBLISHED: 09:08, Thu, Mar 26, 2020 | UPDATED: 09:36, Thu, Mar 26, 2020

is becoming a saviour for families across the world who are in isolation during the coronavirus pandemic. Households have been tuning in to the latest new and real-life stories from across the globe. Express.co.uk has put together a list of some of the most-watched documentaries available to watch now on .

{%=o.title%}
Dirty Money

Dirty Money season two has just been released and has gone down a storm with fans already.

The show is an investigative true-crime series which says "exposes brazen acts of corporate greed and corruption".

Viewers can now binge watch both series, with the second series being made up of six hour-long episodes.

The first episode in the second series is called The Wagon Wheel and hones in on Wells Fargo - a financial services company.

The synopsis states: "Wells Fargo was long seen as the 'golden child' of banking. But former employees detail the ruthless and fraudulent practices that fueled its growth."

With finances being on everyone's minds at the moment during this period of global uncertainty, this documentary series has become particularly relevant.

READ MORE: Dirty Money season 3 release date: Will there be another series?

Netflix: The top 5 documentaries: The most popular documentaries (Image: )

Netflix: David Attenborough hosts Our Planet: The nation's hero David Attenborough on Our Planet (Image: )

READ MORE
Tiger King on : Who will play Carole Baskin in new drama?
Diagnosis

Diagnosis is an investigative and emotional documentary series from the New York Times which features Dr Lisa Sanders.

Doctor Sanders is tasked with crowdsourcing diagnoses for mysterious and rare medical conditions, and the series is based on her New York Times Magazine column.

The series is made up of seven episodes which are about 45 minutes long, and each episode focuses on a new individual.

One of the episodes, titled Looking for a Village, focuses on six-year-old Kamiyah who suddenly and briefly goes limp for no apparent reason.

This will happen sometimes hundreds of times a day and it is exhausting both physically and emotionally.

She and her family are on a mission to find others just like her in a bid to work out what causes the condition.

Netflix: Taylor Swift in Miss Americana: Miss Americana is an inspirational documentary (Image: )

Netflix: Don't F**k With Cats is emotional to watch: Don't F**k With Cats is intense (Image: )

Don't F**k With Cats

This true crime documentary series has been around for some

read more.....

Get the latest news delivered to your inbox

Follow us on social media networks

PREV #Narcos is available to watch on Netflix
NEXT Teachers aren't front-line responders - we're collateral damage mogaznewsen