With the ongoing quarantine amid the coronavirus pandemic, Netflix is here to keep you company. There's a whole list of documentary series that you can watch while at home. #1 'The Innocence Files': 'The Innocence Files' explores the journey of eight people who were wrongfully convicted, that the Innocence Project worked to overturn. The series unravels missteps and deceit in a series of cases, exposing injustice to victims and the accused. #2 'Tiger King': Shattering all records 'Tiger King', is said to be one of Netflix's most viral series this summer. Based on the life of zoo owner 'Joe Exotic', the show touches upon stories of polygamy, elections, contract killing, drug abuse, murder, and even formation of a cult. #3 'The Devil Next Door': 'The Devil Next Door' is based on the life of John Demjanjuk, who was accused of being a Nazi guard at one of the extermination camps. The series shows how a survivor along with John himself acknowledges to being a guard, however, the opposition is certain, he is not what he claims to be. #4 'Don’t F**k With Cats: Hunting an Internet Killer' 'Don't F**k With Cats' is a story of Luka Magnotta, whose gruesome videos featuring himself killing kittens, drive a group of amateur online detectives to launch a manhunt as they believe that he was going to kill again, and this time it would be a human being. #5: 'Wild Wild Country' 'Wild Wild Country' is the story of controversial cult leader Osho Rajneesh whose followers started building a Utopian city named Rajneeshpuram in Oregon, USA. However, the clash between locals & followers of Rajaneesh escalated into a national scandal resulting in his arrest.