Watch FRONTLINE’s 5 Most-Streamed Documentaries of 2020 (So Far)

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September 4, 2020

Looking for some documentaries to binge-watch? We’ve got you covered with this countdown of FRONTLINE’s five most-streamed films from 2020 so far. These FRONTLINE documentaries — and hundreds more — are available to stream online, on-demand and on the PBS Video App.


The warnings were mounting. As COVID-19 spread across the globe, why was America caught so unprepared?


Bribing doctors. Making millions. With the Financial Times, a look at how a drug company pushed an opioid painkiller up to 100x stronger than morphine — and how they got caught.


A tale of two Washingtons, their very different responses to COVID-19, and what happens when politics and science collide.


Inside the evolution of America’s divisions — from race to class to partisanship, to the battle over what is true.


Jeff Bezos built a business empire without precedent in the history of American capitalism. But what is the cost of Amazon’s convenience?

Stream hundreds more FRONTLINE documentaries online, on-demand and on the PBS Video App.


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