Netflix USA will stream Ruth Bader Ginsburg's 2018 documentary, which has won multiple awards, to its subscribers in October 2021.
The movie arrives on Sunday, Oct. 3rd 2021. It takes us back to the lives of Supreme Court Justices who served on that court for many decades. She also achieved many great things during her distinguished and long life.
She notably made strides for women’s rights throughout the decades such as co-founding the Women’s Rights Project at the ACLU. Her first officiating a gay marriage was also a landmark in pop culture.
Magnolia Pictures released the documentary. It premiered first at Sundance in January 2018, before being made available for theatrical distribution in May 2018. CNN Films and Participant Media were also involved.
It was added to Hulu in October 2018 with Decider calling it an “uplifting film made with a light touch”.
With the passage of the Supreme Court Justice in September 2020, the documentary was highly desired.
Hulu owned the streaming rights for the documentary at the time. Hulu also offered the film for free via its YouTube channel, but this was a very unusual promotion.
It is not clear how long the documentary would be available on Netflix US. The documentary is currently being streamed by both Netflix Canada and Japan, with Canada hosting the streaming since November 2020.
The movie was notably excluded from the PR release for their October 2021 releases but that’s not completely uncommon. Netflix also didn’t include other October releases such as Oats Studios and Occupation: Rainfall.
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