Is Gypsy Rose Blanchard documentary on Netflix or YouTubeTV?

Gypsy Rose Blanchard documentary has been released on Jan 5, and is creating a buzz around the Idaho, Utah, Arkansas, Alaska, and Montana inside the United States.

The true crime drama film depicts the abusive relationship between Gypsy Rose and her mother, Dee Dee Blanchard. It shows how Gypsy orchestrated her mother’s murder after years of medical child abuse and Munchausen syndrome by proxy.

Now, finding the right place to stream Gypsy Rose documentary can be trickier than navigating Dee Dee’s web of lies. Fear not, truth seekers, this guide will be your compass!

Is Gypsy Rose Blanchard documentary on Netflix?

Unfortunately, the Gypsy Rose Blanchard documentary is not currently available to stream on Netflix, but the streaming giant does have some similar true crime documentaries and dramas worth checking out, such as American Murder: The Family Next Door, Girl in the Picture, and I Just Killed My Dad.

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Is Gypsy Rose Blanchard documentary on Amazon Prime?

No, you cannot stream the Gypsy Rose documentary on Amazon Prime, because the film is not included in a Prime subscription at no extra cost like The Immaculate Room and The Continental.

If you don’t have Prime, you can sign up for a 30-day free trial to watch other Prime originals like The Marsh King’s Daughter, the subscription costs $14.99 after the trial ends.

But in order to watch Blanchard documentary 2024, you should also take a subscription to Lifetime Movie Club for an additional $4.99/month that also comes with a 7-day free trial.

Where to watch Gypsy Rose Blanchard documentary?

Gypsy Rose Blanchard documentary titled The Prison Confessions of Gypsy Rose Blanchard is available for streaming on Lifetime inside the United States.

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The 6-hour long docuseries has been released in three parts and viewers with a cable TV subscription can watch the episodes live at 5 PM Pacific, 7 PM CT, and 8 PM Eastern Time, starting from Jan 5, 2024.

You can either watch it on-demand from the Lifetime movie App (like Team Bride) or stream it live through live TV streaming services that carries Lifetime channel, such as:

  • Philo
  • Sling TV
  • Cox
  • DirecTV
  • Hulu+Live
  • NOW TV
  • Optimum
  • Dish
  • FrndlyTV*
  • Mediacom
  • Spectrum
  • Verizon Fios
  • Comcast Xfinity

These services also offer A&E, which has a library of crime documentaries to choose from. Some popular options are 60 Days In, Cold Case Files, and Intervention.

Is Lifetime on YouTube TV?

Though, the streaming service offers a wide range of popular channels like Bravo, CBS, BET, ShowTime, Acorn, NBC, Fox, Adult Swim, Starz and AMC, Lifetime is not included with the YouTube TV channel lineup of 100+ broadcasters.

However, if you’re a Discovery subscriber through YouTube TV, you have access to “Gypsy’s Revenge,” a documentary featuring interviews with Gypsy herself. It’s a unique perspective on the events, offering a glimpse into her life behind bars.

Is Gypsy Rose Blanchard documentary 2024 on Hulu?

Unfortunately, Hulu does not currently have Gypsy Rose Blanchard docuseries available to stream on its platform. However, for true crime fans, Hulu does offer various investigative docuseries like The Act (Joey King stars as Rose), Why Women Kill, The Menendez Murders, Walden 2023, Captive, and The Actress.

Is Gypsy Rose new documentary on MAX?

MAX doesn’t has the latest documentary featuring the first interview of Gypsy Rose, but the network does has a 2017 film based on the same characters, the name of that docufilm is Mommy Dead and Dearest, streaming now for MAX (previously on HBO) subsribers.

About Gypsy Rose Blanchard documentary

Gypsy Rose Blanchard, trapped in a wheelchair and a web of lies spun by her Munchausen-by-proxy mother, Dee Dee, longs for freedom.

Through intimate prison interviews and flashbacks, “The Prison Confessions of Gypsy Rose Blanchard” reveals the chilling details of her abusive childhood, from fabricated illnesses to medical procedures.

As Gypsy’s online relationship with Nick blossoms, a daring escape plan forms. But their desperate act ends in Dee Dee’s murder, leaving Gypsy facing life behind bars.

The series dives into the complex emotions of manipulation, survival, and the quest for independence, all through Gypsy’s own words.

Here’s an overview of the docuseries:

  • Life with Dee Dee: Witness the chilling details of manufactured illnesses, hospital visits, and manipulation that defined Gypsy’s childhood.
  • Escape and its aftermath: Uncover the shocking truth behind Gypsy’s online romance and desperate plan to flee Dee Dee’s grip, leading to a life-altering confrontation.
  • Justice and its price: Navigate the complex legal battle, Gypsy’s role in Dee Dee’s murder, and the emotional weight of living with the consequences.
  • Life behind bars: Get an intimate glimpse into Gypsy’s present in prison, her hopes for the future, and the ongoing process of reclaiming her narrative.
Lakshya Kaushik

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