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Viva The Underdogs

Viva The Underdogs (Epitaph Records)

September 22, 2020

In 2019, Australian metalcore band Parkway Drive took the leap and became a full-on stadium rock band, complete with pyrotechnics. Viva The Underdogs documents the band’s world tour cumulating in their dream gig.

Jimi Hendrix

Reelz Presents: Jimi Hendrix: A Perfect Murder?

Fifty years after his death, questions still remain about what happened to Jimi Hendrix. A new documentary, Jimi Hendrix: A Perfect Murder? examines the facts of the case, and will air Saturday, September 19th at 8 PM EST/5 PM PST.


Reelz Presents: Selena: The Real Story

A new documentary examines the murder of a legendary singer. Selena: The Real Story will debut Saturday, February 1 at 10pm ET/ 7pm PT on Reelz Channel.

Netflix Presents: Taylor Swift: Miss Americana

Netflix’s latest documentary, Miss Americana, attempts to examine the life of Taylor Swift, yet comes off as a poorly-executed attempt at damage control for a fading pop star.

Reelz Presents: All Eyez On Me: The Real Story

A new Reelz documentary shines a very different light on the life and the persona of legendary artist Tupac Shakur, and suggests the “real” man was a very different person.

Reelz Presents: Cher: Do You Believe?

A new, two-hour documentary airing tonight examines the life and career of the singular talent known only as Cher.

Reelz Presents: Charles Manson: The Funeral

A new, two-hour documentary premiering this Saturday documents the final journey of one of the 20th Century’s vilest and most disgusting criminals.

Reelz Presents: Mariah: The Diva, The Drama 

Mariah Carey’s troublesome second decade as a recording artist is the focus of a new two hour documentary on Reelz, premiering this Sunday at 9 PM EST.

Reelz Presents: Saturday Night Fever: The Ultimate Disco Movie

Reelz Channel presents an excellent two hour examination of a film that became one of the biggest films of the late 20th Century.

Elvis Presley: The Searcher (HBO Films)

What promised to be a definitive documentary on one of America’s greatest musical performers instead offers three hours of sanitized observations on a complicated man who deserves better.