How many episodes there are in Untold on Netflix and schedule explained
If you can’t find a documentary to watch, have you tried even if you haven’t checked Netflix?
The streaming platform has become synonymous with its wide range of non-fiction content and is definitely prolific, offering subscribers a wealth of movies, series and exclusive content.
So far this year we have all been invited to witness the madness of an infamous festival Train wreck: Woodstock 99A chronology of infamous websites including this one The most hated man on the internetAnd that’s just scratching the surface.
For example, Untold: The Rise and Fall of AND1 was recently unveiled but it’s worth noting that it’s one of numerous releases under the Untold banner…
How many episodes of Untold are on Netflix?
Untold is a nine-part documentary series and will offer Netflix subscribers a string of feature-length efforts.
The nine titles have been released in two volumes, with the first volume containing the following:
- Untold: Face the Devil
- Untold: Breaking Point
- Untold: Caitlyn Jenner
- Untold: Hatred in the Palace
- Untold: Crime and Punishment
All five installments are currently available to stream.
Untold Volume 2 Netflix Release Schedule
You can see the schedule for the volume two episodes below:
- Untold: A Girlfriend That Doesn’t Exist on Tuesday, August 16, 2022
- Untold: The Rise and Fall of AND1 on Tuesday, August 23
- Untold: Operation Flagrant Foul on Tuesday, August 30
- Untold: The Race of the Century on Tuesday, September 6
Netflix has yet to announce a third volume, so expect the documentary series to conclude with The Race of the Century in September.
‘What is the narrative here?’
Chapman and McClain Way, co-creators of the sports documentary series, recently opened up about their work on the project in a chat with Hollywood Soap Box:
“Mac and I, as filmmakers, there are things that really interest us. What is the story here? What are the twists and turns and revelations, and is 70-80 minutes here enough to tell the story?”
Chapman added: “We’re also fascinated by real-life subjects and characters who have had incredibly unique lives and lived experiences and dive into their psychology and what makes them happy.”
Untold: The Rise and Fall of AND1 is now streaming on Netflix.
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