Since Walter White and co came back into our lives you'd be forgiven for thinking that Breaking Bad was the only thing to watch on Netflix, but if you delve a little deeper you'll discover that it isn't the only TV show the streaming site has to offer for your viewing pleasure.
In fact, if you keep on browsing through the TV series and movies, you might just discover that there are quite a few interesting documentaries to sneak a peek at too. Here are just 10 of the best that you won't want to miss:
Before he was busy directing One Direction's big screen debut (no seriously) Morgan Spurlock made a name for himself by taking a closer look at the infamous McDonald's Supersize Menu. You might note that you can't actually supersize your meal in Europe any more - check this out for a hint as to why.
Bowling for Columbine
Michael Moore is no stranger to controversy and he certainly causes his fair share of it when he headed to Columbine High School. Moore and his crew wanted to find out what motivated a pair of students to shoot their classmates and teachers, and they rattled a fair few cages along the way. The old gun lobbyists didn't like it at all...
Steve Jobs: The Billion Dollar Hippy
Before there was a biopic featuring Ashton Kutcher as the Apple co-founder there was the documentary that examined how the technology giant which began life in a suburban garage eventually achieved global supremacy. The likes of Jobs' partner in crime Steve Wozniak tell the tale of the rise, fall and rise again of the company with Jobs at the helm.
Louis Theroux: The City Addicted To Crystal Meth
We've all made our fair share of jokes about the blue candy on Breaking Bad but, as the show itself reveals, crystal meth has caused its fair share of havoc in the USA. Louis Theroux heads to California's Central Valley where he discovers small communities like Fresno, which have been ravaged by the cheap and highly addictive drug.
It was the utterly chilling film that spawned an MTV series and a Facebook craze that swept the US of A. Catfish tells the real-life tale of Nev, a photographer who started a Facebook friendship with a gifted 8-year-old artist and slowly began to fall for the girl's older sister, until he realised that the family weren't all they seemed...
He made the headlines recently for all the wrong reasons but long before he became tabloid fodder the man who gave life to one of Sesame Street's icons was the subject of a documentary. Narrated by none other than Miss Oprah Winfrey, Being Elmo traces Kevin Clash's remarkable career as a puppeteer.
Can you teach an ape to communicate with humans without ending up in one of those science fiction scenarios where the animal takes over and kicks us all off the planet? Well, Oscar-winning filmmake James Marsh captured a 1970s experiment which aimed to answer that question, giving us a closer look at Nim, the chimp whom scientists raised as a human , and taught sign language to.
If there's one subject that's had everyone talking in the past year it's food and where it comes from, so Robert Kenner's Oscar-nominated documentary couldn't be more topical. Taking inspiration from the nonfiction books Fast Food Nation and The Omnivore's Dilemma, Food Inc takes a look at the food industry's effects on human health and the environment.
Moving slightly away from the conventional documentary theme is docudrama Hiroshima. The likes of John Hurt jumped on board this harrowing tale of the atomic strike on Hiroshima during the Second World War, which takes us inside the fateful mission of the Enola Gay. This one won't make for easy viewing, as it also brings to life the devastation caused to both the city and its people.
One of the most recent additions to the Netflix stable, Reincarnated sees Vice magazine's Andy Capper follow Snoop Dogg on a pilgrimage to Jamaica. Snoop's on the hunt for the truth about what it is to be Rastafarian and while he's on his journey something rather special happens. Forget dropping it like it's hot lads, Snoop Lion, the reggae artist, is born.
Catch all of these documentaries, and many many more, on Netflix right now.