Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness
Anyone who liked Don’t F**k with Cats: Hunting an Internet Killer should enjoy this true-crime docu-series – because it’s just as bizarre and addictively watchable. Joe Exotic, aka Joseph Maldonado-Passage, is best known for running a private zoo in Oklahoma, where it is said he housed more than 1,000 animals. With a striking blonde mullet and flamboyant dress sense, he is also now known for the court case that landed him a 22-year prison sentence earlier this year. Tiger King documents the events that led to his incarceration, offering a window onto a very strange life.
Available from 20th March
This new mystery-thriller series stars Robert Finster as a young Sigmund Freud attempting to solve a murder case in 19th-century Vienna. One of the best things about this German-language show is this stunning architecture – surprisingly, perhaps, it’s Prague standing in for Austria’s old imperial capital. That’s the backdrop against which Freud must hunt a serial killer while grappling with his own cocaine addiction.
Available from 23rd March
If you’re a football fan, you’ll know how seriously they take the game down in Naples. In the absence of any top-level live football for the rest of this month, this new Netflix drama about the violent underworld of Napoli’s ultras is a decent consolation. The ageing leader of the Apache ultras, Sandro, forms a close bond with an impressionable boy, becoming Angelo’s guide on how not to live the life of conflict that killed Angelo’s older brother.
Available to watch from 20th March