Becoming one of its most appealing collections, Netflix has produced some of the most captivating documentaries including David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet, Formula 1 Drive to Survive, The Andy Warhol Diaries, and many more.
While mainly focusing on true crime, such as Murder Among the Mormons, Sophie: A Murder in West Cork, Memories of a Murderer: The Nilsen Tapes, and many more, it still has a diversified assembly of documentaries and will be expanding it in their next installment.
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In its latest production, Netflix has partnered with Football legend David Beckham to produce a documentary on his life. Confirming the news on his Instagram account, the footballer declared:
I’m excited to confirm that I am partnering with @Netflix on a documentary series about my life and career … The series will feature unseen archive, untold stories as well as interviews with the people who have been a part of my journey.
Documentaries are like books now every celeb has got one.
— Travel Man (@travelman97) July 13, 2022
i can’t imagine his life is interesting and enough to warrant a docu series. married to posh spice and what else nothing
— betsy (@badgalbetsy) July 15, 2022
Really? One more?
Despite his strong fan following and the existence of a large football viewership, many fans are not excited about the documentary, calling it unnecessary, by stating how the footballer doesn’t have such an interesting life to learn about in the first place.
But , why tho ?
— Jonathan (Member's Selection) (@Jomotto1) July 14, 2022
— werdt (@werdt16) July 13, 2022
Me lookin and listening to the trash u trusted in my face pic.twitter.com/vPXRhuHazc
— Zanketsu7 🐐 🇯🇲 🇨🇺 (@Zanketsu7) July 13, 2022
Netflix has been pumping out documentaries especially true crime without hesitation, so many are facing the fatigue of documentaries. But, with the promise of unseen footage from his life being included in the documentary, there is a possibility that the fans might be proven wrong.