5 Documentaries to Stream On Tubi For Free Right Now

Are you wondering what films to watch this week? Take a look at these 5 documentaries streaming for FREE on Tubi right now!

Forks Over Knives (2011)

“What if one simple change could save you from chronic diseases such as diabetes and heart disease? Take a deep dive into the plant-based diet documentary that has influenced millions around the world.”

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Mr. Untouchable (2007)

“The true-life story of a Harlem’s notorious Nicky Barnes, a junkie turned multimillionaire drug-lord, MR. UNTOUCHABLE takes its audience deep inside the heroin industry of the 1970s. The most powerful black drug kingpin in New York City history, Barnes came from humble beginnings to make himself and his comrades rich beyond their wildest dreams, ultimately reaching national infamy in 1977 when the New York Times put him on the front cover of their magazine with the headline “Mr. Untouchable”. Soon after, it all came crumbling down, and facing a life sentence without parole, Barnes started naming names. With the first hand testimony from “the black Godfather” himself, this documentary tells an epic story of business, excess, greed and revenge.”-Magnolia Films

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Unbanned: The Legend of AJ1 (2018)

“Unbanned explores the dynamic life of AJ1 from its unlikely origins to its role in disrupting NBA rules, birthing sneaker culture, and influencing a social and cultural revolution. This is the story of a shoe that changed the world.”

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All Madden (2021)

“Get to know how John Madden continued his goals after his Hall of Fame coaching career ended. How did he innovate the video game industry?”

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Closed For Storm (2021)

“The untold story of Six Flags New Orleans. 15 years after Hurricane Katrina sits a lasting monument of the devastation. Six Flags New Orleans is currently sitting abandoned, rotting away in the Louisiana swamp. Closed for Storm explores the past, present, and future, to find out how this incredible theme park became frozen in time and left in an endless void of uncertainty.”


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