Netflix has taken us into the worlds of elite cheer squads, big cat breeders, notorious criminals, and health scams in just the past year, thanks to its ever-growing lineup of original docuseries. And now, we’re about to explore one of the great unknowns of human existence: what happens when we die? Surviving Death is here to find out.
Netflix’s latest original docuseries offering explores the concept of the afterlife and the possibility of something more beyond the grave. Surviving Death, which comes from director by Ricki Stern (Surviving Jeffrey Epstein) and is based on a book by Leslie Kean, uses interviews with mediums, those who’ve had near-death experiences, and people who see signs or visions from the dead to examine the afterlife.
“Surviving Death doesn’t take a sensationalist viewpoint when examining issues revolving around life after death. Its journalistic approach, favoring scientific voices over ‘believers,’ makes for fascinating viewing, whether you believe in any of this or not,” Decider’s Joel Keller writes in his Surviving Death review.
Curious to lear more or interested in checking out the new series? You clicked on the right article. Here’s everything you need to know to stream Surviving Death on Netflix.
Surviving Death premieres on Netflix today, Jan. 6. The new series is now streaming, so you don’t have to wait any longer to watch!
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To watch Surviving Death, you’ll need access to Netflix, whether it’s through a shared family account or your own subscription. If you already have Netflix, you’re all set — just search for “Surviving Death” on the Netflix homepage and click play. If you don’t have Netflix, you can sign up for a monthly subscription, which ranges from $8.99 to $17.99 per month. Netflix no longer offers free trials, but you can cancel at any time.
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