What To Watch If You Love 'WeCrashed'

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  • For fans of: corrupt workplace dramas

    The Social Network is a biographical drama that dives deep into the tumultuous beginnings of Facebook. Mark Zuckerberg (Jesse Eisenberg), Harvard student and computer genius, launches a social networking site from his dorm room that rapidly becomes a global phenomenon. As Facebook's popularity skyrockets, so do the legal battles with former friend Eduardo Saverin (Andrew Garfield) and the Winklevoss twins (Armie Hammer). Directed by David Fincher, this critically acclaimed film won three Academy Awards. It's an engrossing tale of innovation, ambition, and betrayal that will keep you hooked till the end.
  • Super Pumped
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    16 votes

    For fans of: corrupt workplace dramas, true crime stories

    Super Pumped is a riveting exploration of the volatile world of startups, focusing on the rise and subsequent controversies of the ride-hailing giant Uber. The series deftly blends elements of corporate drama with true crime, and provides a unique perspective on Silicon Valley's high-stakes culture. Joseph Gordon-Levitt's portrayal of Uber's controversial CEO Travis Kalanick is particularly noteworthy. Super Pumped dives into themes such as ambition, ethical boundaries in business, and the human cost of technological disruption. Its compelling narrative and sharp critique of tech industry practices make it an engaging watch for those interested in the behind-the-scenes of corporate machinations.
  • Inventing Anna
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    For fans of: shows about scammers, true crime dramas

    Inventing Anna explores the fascinating yet complex world of high society con artistry, as it follows the story of Anna Sorokin (portrayed by Julia Garner), a Russian-born woman who poses as a wealthy New York socialite. The show masterfully delves into the intricate web of lies and deception that Anna weaves to maintain her lavish lifestyle, while managing to keep audiences intrigued with its well-paced plot and stellar performances. Garner's portrayal of Anna has earned her critical acclaim, truly bringing to life the enigmatic character at the center of this thrilling drama. Based on true events, Inventing Anna is a captivating watch that highlights the power of perception and the lengths some will go to chase their dreams.
  • The Dropout
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    15 votes

    For fans of: shows about scammers, true crime dramas, shows about startups

    The Dropout dives into the intriguing world of corporate deception and ambition, unraveling the rise and fall of a young entrepreneur. The drama series, inspired by true events, follows Elizabeth Holmes (Amanda Seyfried) as she navigates the challenges of building her revolutionary healthcare startup, Theranos. With a compelling narrative that keeps audiences engrossed, the show explores the complex dynamics of ambition, innovation, and moral compromise. Garnering critical acclaim for its authentic portrayal and stellar performances, The Dropout offers a gripping insight into one of the most notorious scandals in Silicon Valley history, leaving viewers questioning the boundaries of success and ethics.
  • For fans of: stories about scammers, true crime dramas

    In the thrilling film Catch Me If You Can, we follow the intriguing escapades of Frank Abagnale Jr. (Leonardo DiCaprio), a master of deception and a skilled forger. With his cunning, he successfully poses as a pilot, doctor, and lawyer, all while cashing millions in fraudulent checks. Hot on his heels is seasoned FBI agent Carl Hanratty (Tom Hanks), who's made it his mission to capture him. Navigating through this cat-and-mouse game, the movie explores themes of identity and deception. Directed by Steven Spielberg, this biographical crime film was nominated for two Academy Awards.
  • LuLaRich
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    19 votes

    For fans of: shows about corrupt businesses, true crime documentaries

    LuLaRich is a captivating docuseries that goes into the controversial and complex world of the multi-level marketing company LuLaRoe. The series presents the story of a company that became known for its colorful leggings and bold promises of empowerment and profitability. LuLaRoe's rise and fall are meticulously chronicled through interviews with past consultants, employees, and the founders DeAnne and Mark Stidham. The series exposes the inner workings of the company's questionable business practices, exploring themes of capitalism, the American Dream, and the fine line between legitimate business operations and pyramid schemes. LuLaRich serves as a cautionary tale about the seductive lure of easy success - and the potential pitfalls that await those who buy into it.
  • Dirty John
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    10 votes

    For fans of: stories about scam artists

    Based on a harrowing true story, the gripping drama series explores the chilling tale of a sinister romance gone awry. With its stellar cast, including Connie Britton as Debra Newell and Eric Bana as John Meehan, the show delves into the psychological manipulation and deceit that entangle the lives of its protagonists. The series has garnered acclaim, receiving Golden Globe and Critics' Choice Television Award nominations for Britton's powerful performance. Through its suspenseful storytelling and nuanced character portrayals, Dirty John sheds light on the dark underbelly of love and trust, leaving viewers both enthralled and unnerved.
  • Hustlers
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    12 votes

    For fans of: stories about scammers, true crime dramas

    In the heart of New York City's Wall Street, a group of savvy strippers, led by Destiny (Constance Wu) and Ramona (Jennifer Lopez), have their livelihoods upended by the 2008 financial crisis. Their response? A daring scheme to swindle their wealthy clientele. Hustlers, a gripping crime drama based on true events, showcases high-stakes hustles and intricate power dynamics. The film earned Jennifer Lopez a Golden Globe nomination, solidifying its status as a standout in the genre. An exploration of friendship and survival amidst greed and glamour, Hustlers offers an unflinching look at the American dream gone awry.
  • Pam & Tommy
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    9 votes

    For fans of: romances about dysfunctional couples, true crime drama

    Set against the backdrop of the '90s, this engaging series delves into the scandalous lives of Pamela Anderson (Lily James) and Tommy Lee (Sebastian Stan), offering a fresh perspective on the infamous leaked tape that shook Hollywood. With a touch of dark humor and dramatic flair, the show skillfully navigates the complexities of celebrity culture and the invasion of privacy faced by the couple. Boasting stellar performances from its talented cast, including Seth Rogen and Nick Offerman, the series has garnered well-deserved praise and accolades for its authentic portrayal of a turbulent era in the entertainment industry.
  • I Care a Lot
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    10 votes

    For fans of: crime dramas, scammer stories

    A shady legal guardian lands in hot water when she tries to bilk a woman who has ties to a powerful gangster.
  • Bernie
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    22 votes

    For fans of: shows about scammers, true crime dramas

    Assistant funeral director Bernie Tiede (Jack Black) is one of the most-beloved residents in the small Texas town of Carthage. Sunday-school teacher, choir member and creator of spectacular funerals, Bernie is a friend to everyone, including Marjorie Nugent (Shirley MacLaine), a rich but nasty widow whom no one else likes. When Marjorie is found shot to death and stuffed in a freezer, Bernie is charged with the murder, and concerned Carthage citizens immediately spring to his defense.
  • Dr. Death
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    7 votes

    For fans of: corrupt workplace dramas, true crime stories

    The real-life stories of medical "professionals" who harmed - or even killed - patients.
  • Dirty Money
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    7 votes

    For fans of:  true crime documentaries, shows about corruption

    Stories of scandal and corruption in business, featuring firsthand accounts.
  • The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley
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    For fans of: shows about corrupt businesses, true crime documentaries, stories set in Silicon Valley

    With a new invention that promised to revolutionize blood testing, Elizabeth Holmes became the world's youngest self-made billionaire, heralded as the next Steve Jobs. Then, just two years later, her multibillion-dollar company was dissolved.
  • The Girl From Plainville
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    For fans of: true crime dramas

    The Girl From Plainville, premiered in March 2022, is a riveting drama based on true events. The series investigates the complex relationship between Michelle Carter and Conrad Roy III that culminated in a shocking crime. It delves into themes of mental health, manipulation, and the profound impact of digital communication on personal relationships. Elle Fanning's captivating performance as Michelle Carter offers an intense exploration of her character's psyche. This Hulu original series pushes boundaries by offering a nuanced perspective on a controversial real-life tragedy.
  • The Thing About Pam
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    For fans of: stories about scammers, true crime dramas

    The Thing About Pam is a true-crime drama series based on the infamous murder case involving Pamela Hupp (Renee Zellweger). The show delves into the twisted tale of deception, manipulation, and murder that shocked a small Missouri town. Zellweger delivers a chilling performance that captures the complexity of this real-life character. The series examines themes of truth, justice, and the dark side of human nature. It's a riveting narrative that keeps viewers engaged as they wade through the murky waters of this high-profile crime story.
  • For fans of: corrupt workplace dramas, true crime stories, stories about scam artists

    In the 1970s, Tammy Faye Bakker and her husband, Jim, rise from humble beginnings to create the world's largest religious broadcasting network and theme park. Tammy Faye becomes legendary for her indelible eyelashes, her idiosyncratic singing, and her eagerness to embrace people from all walks of life. However, financial improprieties, scheming rivals and a scandal soon threaten to topple their carefully constructed empire.
  • For fans of: true crime dramas,

    Lee Israel is a frustrated, hard-drinking author who can barely afford to pay her rent or bills in 1990s New York. Desperate for money, Israel soon hatches a scheme to forge letters by famous writers and sell them to bookstores and collectors. When the dealers start to catch on, Lee recruits a dubious friend to help her continue her self-destructive cycle of trickery and deceit.
  • McMillions
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    19
    1 votes

    For fans of: shows about large cons, true crime documentaries

    McMillions, a riveting docuseries that premiered on February 3, 2020, uncovers the astonishing fraud that corrupted the McDonald's Monopoly game. The series analyzes the twisted network of ex-cops and mobsters who manipulated the popular sales promotion for over a decade, and stealing millions of dollars in the process. Directed by James Lee Hernandez and Brian Lazarte, McMillions features interviews with the key players involved in the scam, including FBI agents and McDonald's executives. The series has been acclaimed for its engaging storytelling and investigative depth, earning it an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Series.
  • Joe vs Carole
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    20
    1 votes

    For fans of: corrupt workplace dramas, true crime stories

    Joe vs. Carole is a thrilling true-crime series that dives into the infamous feud between Joe Exotic, an eccentric zookeeper, and Carole Baskin, an animal rights activist. This darkly comedic drama explores themes of obsession, power, and the blurred lines between hero and villain. Based on real-life events that took the internet by storm, it provides a nuanced portrayal of the protagonists' complex personalities and their escalating rivalry. Despite its recent premiere, Joe vs. Carole has already sparked widespread conversation for its gripping storytelling and compelling performances.
  • The Act
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    2 votes

    For fans of: true crime dramas

    Gypsy Blanchard is trying to escape the toxic relationship she has with her overprotective mother.
  • The Way Down: God, Greed, and the Cult of Gwen Shamblin
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    For fans of: shows about corrupt businesses, true crime documentaries

    The rise and fall of "Weigh Down Workshop," Gwen Shamblin Lara's religious weight-loss regimen.
  • WeWork: Or The Making and Breaking of a $47 Billion Unicorn
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    For fans of: true crime documentaries

    WeWork (aka WeWork: Or the Making and Breaking of a $47 Billion Unicorn) is a 2021 American documentary film directed by Jed Rothstein. It follows WeWork, a real estate company run by Adam Neumann, who was ultimately forced out of the company.
  • The Wizard of Lies
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    For fans of: corrupt workplace dramas, true crime stories, scammer stories

    In 2008, stockbroker, investment adviser and financier Bernie Madoff made headlines around the world when he was arrested for perpetrating perhaps the largest financial fraud in U.S. history.
  • Queenpins
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    0 votes

    For fans of: dramas about scam artists

    A frustrated suburban housewife and her best friend hatch an illegal coupon-club scheme that scams millions from corporations and delivers deals to legions of fellow coupon clippers. Hot on their trail is an unlikely duo -- a hapless loss-prevention officer and a determined U.S. postal inspector -- both looking to end their criminal enterprise.
  • The Tinder Swindler
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    For fans of: doomed romances, true crime documentaries

    Posing as a wealthy, jet-setting diamond mogul, a man woos women online then cons them out of millions of dollars. Now some victims plan for payback.
  • Bad Education
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    27
    1 votes

    For fans of: corrupt workplace dramas, true crime stories

    A Long Island school superintendent and his assistant are credited with bringing the district unprecedented prestige. Frank is a master of positive messaging, whether before an audience of community leaders or in an office with a concerned student or parent. That changes when a student reporter uncovers an embezzlement scheme of epic proportions, prompting Frank to devise an elaborate cover-up.