There's another tantalising Netflix docuseries on the way next month, all about the fall of one woman's vegan empire (and her "immortal" doggie).

Promising to take viewers on a journey "more bizarre than fiction" is probably enough to hook you into watching Netflix's docuseries 'Bad Vegan' this March.

The series will follow the life of one-famed vegan queen Sarma Melngailis, who was the driving force behind one of New York's most-loved restaurants. However, following a run-in with con-man Shane Fox, who convinced her that he could make her pitbull immortal, the health fanatic spiralled into a journey that no one could have forseen.

The four-part documentary comes from Chris Smith, who helped create two other Netflix documentary hits - 'Tiger King' as executive producer and 'Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened' as director.

'Bad Vegan' is just one of many new Netflix releases arriving this March, which also includes 'Bridgerton' season two, thriller film 'Windfall' with Lily Collins and Jason Segal, and 'The Adam Project' with Ryan Reynolds.

The official synopsis of the Netflix documentary series is as follows: A wild four-part documentary series that explores how Sarma Melngailis, the celebrity restaurateur behind the glittering New York hotspot Pure Food and Wine, went from being the queen of vegan cuisine to being known as the “Vegan Fugitive.” Shortly after meeting a man named Shane Fox on Twitter in 2011, Melngailis begins draining her restaurant’s funds and funnelling the money to Fox after he cons her into believing he could make her dreams — from expanding her food empire to making her beloved pitbull immortal — a reality. But only if she continues to obey his every request without question.

Here's the shocking trailer.

'Bad Vegan: Fame. Fraud. Fugitives.' begins streaming on Netflix on March 16.