The world of Formula One is, by design, a pressure cooker. With budgets in the hundreds of millions of dollars, some of the brightest minds in engineering, and technology that would be at home in a spaceship, crossing the finish line first has never been more stressful. Formula One: Drive to Survive takes a look into not just the drivers, but the teams that fight every other weekend to push the absolute limits of what cars are capable of into the stratosphere. The 10-part Formula One: Drive to Survive comes to Netflix March 8, 2019.
James Safechuck and Wade Robson get to do something few kids ever get to do — meet their childhood hero. At age ten and seven respectively, Safechuck and Robson were befriended by Michael Jackson at the height of his fame. Both men spent time with Jackson at his Neverland Ranch, and neither would ever be the same. The two-part documentary series Leaving Neverland is now available on HBO.
They defined a decade as one of the biggest acts on the planet and became one of the most infamous acts in the history of rock n' roll. With offstage antics that were as big as their record sales, Mötley Crüe helped cement the style and sound of rock in the '80s — and this is the story of how it all started. The Dirt premieres on Netflix March 22, 2019.
The Souvenir gives us double the Swinton. The Oscar-winning actress and her daughter Honor Swinton Byrne take their real-life relationship to the big screen for Joanna Hogg's cinematic memoir. Also starring Tom Burke, the film will debut in theaters March 17, 2019.
Benton's is like the holy-grail of bacon producers. Every week, the Tennessee curer turns 12,000 pounds of pork belly into smoky slabs of goodness. In this episode of How to Make It, chef Katie Pickens visits their headquarters to see how they make bacon the old-fashioned way.
In Japan, there was a time that making and developing metal was so expensive that carpenters had to develop an alternative to nails. The solution was miyadaiku. The method uses interlocking pieces of wood that fit together almost like a puzzle. With most of the original buildings now in need of repair, Takahiro Matsumoto has mastered the ancient skill to restore temples and shrines throughout the city of Kamakura.