Get A Closer Look Into The Lives Of Your Favorite Celebs Through These Docu-Series | Celebrity Page

There's a new trend taking off in Hollywood; the celebrity docu-series...


Expecting Amy on HBO Max

Amy Schumer, just one of the A-Listers opening up her personal life to cameras for a new docu-series.

Expecting Amy, taking fans behind the scenes as she worked to maintain her comedy career while navigating a difficult pregnancy.

The 3-part series is streaming now on HBO Max.

Down To Earth With Zac Efron on Netflix

Zac Efron isn't giving birth, but he is in search of new life.

Zac taking cameras with him as he travels across the globe, looking for solutions to climate change and other urgent issues.

Down To Earth with Zac Efron is streaming now on Netflix.

Unfiltered: Paris Jackson on Facebook Watch

Paris Jackson is on a different type of journey; trying to make her own name in the music industry.

Michael Jackson's daughter, launching a new band and letting us in to her private life in the new series: Unfiltered.

It's streaming now on Facebook Watch.

Greatness Code on Apple TV+

How do you become the greatest athlete in the world? Now 7 people who've done it are sharing their secrets.

Greatness Code, examining the pivotal moments in the lives and careers of LeBron James, Tom Brady, Usain Bolt and Katie Ledecky among others.

Look for Greatness Code streaming now on Apple TV+.

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