You’ve watched your favorite film a thousand times. Why not switch things up with these five Netflix docs?

Old habits often die hard, but they don’t have to. Your go-to movies, though loved, need a break. That’s why we’ve narrowed down a few popular documentaries on Netflix that match your interests. So kick back, and chill with our recommendations.

If you love The Devil Wears Prada, watch The First Monday in May.

The First Monday in May

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A documentary? About The Met Gala? Groundbreaking. Immerse yourself in the wonderful world of fashion through this feature that takes a behind-the-scenes look at the most prominent annual event in fashion.

If you love The Longest Yard, watch Icarus.

Icarus

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The Longest Yard might be a comedy we all know and love, but it underscores issues of cheating and corruption that can happen in real-life athletics. With Icarus, things are taken to a whole new level when viewers are exposed to one of the biggest doping scandals ever to happen in sports.

If you love Supersize Me, watch Food, Inc.

Food, Inc.

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Seeing what certain foods do to our bodies is unsettling — Supersize Me proves it. Food, Inc. takes this a step further by documenting the farms that grow our food and the restaurants and stores that sell it (with a few disturbing shots of animal processing plants along the way). It might sound unappealing, but if all aspects of the U.S. food chain fascinate you, watch Food, Inc. the next time you’re hungry for entertainment.

If you love A Time to Kill, watch 13th.

13th

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A Time to Kill tells the story of a black father on trial in racially tense Mississippi, while 13th explores the history of racial inequalities in the U.S. The award-winning documentary pays special attention to prisons and the number of African Americans being held within them.

If you love The Queen, watch The Royal House of Windsor.

The Royal House of Windsor

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Power struggles and politics — what more could you want in a documentary about Britain’s royal family? The Royal House of Windsor gives an inside look at how the Windsor dynasty has maintained its status as the most famous royal family over the past century.

Have you seen any of these? Which Netflix documentaries do you recommend? Tell us your favorites in the comments below!

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