"The Followers: Madness Of Two," hosted by Sarah Treleaven, aims to peel back the layers on Lori Vallow and Chad Daybell's lives and explore how they came to be accused of murdering several family members.
A new docuseries from the makers of "Fyre Fraud" explores how LuLaRoe, a company marketed as a way for women to make money from home with their friends, is now known less for their leggings than for their debts.
“For me, it was like driving a car at close to 150 miles per hour, feeling the bolts possibly loosening a little bit. It was pretty intoxicating,” Mark Lugo said of the thrill he got during each heist.
The founders of the controversial multi-level marketing scheme LuLaRoe DeAnne and Mark Stidham, as well as many of the women who say they fell victim to the company's predatory sales tactics, sit down with the filmmakers of "LuLaRich," a new Amazon docuseries.