10 Episodes

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  • Frontline Amazon Empire

    Episode 1

    An inside look at how Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos built one of the largest and most influential economic forces in the world — and the cost of Amazon’s convenience.

    Jeff Bezos is not only the richest man in the world, he has built a business that is without precedent in the history of American capita...

  • Frontline Policing the Police

    Episode 2

    How do you change a troubled police force? Get a rare look inside a police department being forced to reform, in FRONTLINE’s 2016 documentary.

    "Policing the Police" offers an up-close look at police reform efforts in Newark, NJ, after the force was found to have engaged in a pattern or practice ...

  • Frontline Opioids, Inc.

    Episode 3

    Pushing opioids. Bribing doctors. Making millions. FRONTLINE and the Financial Times investigate how Insys Therapeutics profited from a fentanyl-based painkiller up to 100 times stronger than morphine — and how some Wall Street investors looked the other way.

    “Opioids, Inc.” tells the inside sto...

  • Frontline A Class Divided

    Episode 4

  • Frontline School-to-Prison Pipeline

    Episode 5

    For decades we’ve heard about America's “dropout crisis.” Meet Dr. Victor Rios, a high school “dropout” turned author and professor, who designs programs to support students who've been pushed out of school. To solve our crisis in education, Rios argues, is to shift our understanding of the probl...

  • Frontline Generation Like

    Episode 6

    Social media gives teens new platforms for self-expression, validation, and even potential fame — but at what cost?

    Today, thanks to the internet, teens are able to connect and engage with their culture, celebrities, movies, brands – in ways never before possible. But is that real empowerment, ...

  • Frontline In the Age of AI (full film)

    Episode 7

  • Frontline Being Mortal

    Episode 8

    How do you talk about death with a dying loved one? Dr. Atul Gawande explores death, dying, and why even doctors struggle to discuss being mortal with patients, in this Emmy-nominated documentary.

    “Aging and dying — you can’t fix those," says Dr. Gawande. This film examines the relationships bet...

  • Frontline Tutwiler (The Marshall Project)

    Episode 9

    What happens to women who are pregnant in prison, and to the babies born to them? A rare and intimate look at pregnancy and motherhood behind bars.

    FRONTLINE and The Marshall Project go inside Alabama’s Julia Tutwiler Prison for Women in “Tutwiler” — an unforgettable window into the lives of pre...

  • Frontline The Last Survivors

    Episode 10

    They were children during the Holocaust. Today, they're among the last living survivors. Here, they share their stories, including what they want future generations to remember — and what’s at stake if we forget.

    FRONTLINE’s documentary offers a haunting look at how disturbing childhood experien...