7 New Documentaries to Watch over Thanksgiving Break in 2020
Check out seven recent FRONTLINE documentaries and a new podcast over the Thanksgiving 2020 holiday.
With Thanksgiving 2020 falling in the midst of a COVID-19 surge, the CDC has recommended hunkering down with your immediate household this holiday, rather than traveling.
If you’re looking for documentaries to binge-watch or a new podcast to get hooked on over this unusual holiday break, FRONTLINE has you covered.
Here are seven documentaries and one new podcast series to stream — all released within the past three months, and collected in one place for easy viewing and listening.
Inside Sen. Mitch McConnell’s decades-long quest to solidify a conservative majority on America’s highest court. (Nov. 2020)
The stories of 12 ordinary people in 8 states as they navigate 2020, from the pandemic, to protests, to the polls. (Nov. 2020)
An investigation of voting rights, voter suppression and election integrity through the lens of the battleground state of Wisconsin. (Oct. 2020)
A look at why America was short on crucial protective equipment for doctors and nurses when the pandemic hit, and why supply chain problems continue. (Oct. 2020)
The interwoven biographies of President Donald Trump and President-elect Joe Biden, focused on how they have navigated moments of crisis. (Sept. 2020)
In the wake of George Floyd’s killing, an investigation of whether police reform can work. (Sept. 2020)
A window into the lives of children in three Ohio families, navigating poverty in the midst of a pandemic. (Sept. 2020)
PLUS: I’m Not A Monster
Listen to the first episode of a new podcast investigating an American family’s journey from Indiana to the heart of ISIS territory in Syria, and what happened when they came back. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts; new episodes will be released weekly. (Nov. 2020)