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Mysteries of the Terracotta Warriors Review: In-Depth Netflix Documentary on Armies of Qin Shi Huang

Mysteries of the Terracotta Warriors Review

Netflix might have an endless number of docuseries and documentaries when it comes to infamous serial killers, however, of late, we have also seen a rise in the streaming platform’s interest in history and archeology and its latest documentary – Mysteries of the Terracotta Warriors is proof of that statement.

All those who are ardent fans of history, and archeology and more specifically want to dive into the Terracotta Warriors, so this latest Netflix documentary is right up your alley. In this review, we will talk a little more about Mysteries of the Terracotta Warriors and why we believe it deserves a spot on your watchlist for the coming weekend, so sit back, relax, and make sure you stick around until the end of this review!

Mysteries of the Terracotta Warriors Doesn’t Overwhelm the Viewers

More often than not, historical documentaries can get a little overwhelming with the overload of information that comes with it, however, Mysteries of the Terracotta Warriors is definitely an exception, which is one of the main reasons we recommend streaming this on Netflix.

While this documentary is a treat for all those who love history, it can be streamed by anyone and everyone who is curious about the Terracotta army.

Mysteries of the Terracotta Warriors Doesn't Overwhelm the Viewers
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Your history books might have had a small portion about the Terracotta armies and Mysteries of the Terracotta Warriors on Netflix takes that small portion and turns it into a long-form documentary to help understand things from start to finish. Mysteries of the Terracotta Warriors does a brilliant job of explaining matters to viewers who might have little to no information on the subject, which is something it deserves plenty of credit for.

Undoubtedly, this documentary is ambitious as it not only showcases the archeological site of the Terracotta warriors but also has dramatic reenactments scattered across which revolves around the first emperor of China, Qin Shi Huang.

Throughout Mysteries of the Terracotta Warriors, there is plenty of information provided to the viewers but in a rather effortless manner, which makes it intriguing and easy to follow.

Mysteries of the Terracotta Warriors Review
Credit: Netflix

Not everyone is aware of the existence or history behind the Terracotta army and this documentary on the streaming platform serves as an introduction of sorts, but as we mentioned earlier, can be watched by anyone and everyone.

There were certain parts where things felt a little slow but it didn’t take long for the documentary to pick up its pace. The interviews of archeologists, researchers, and historians served as a brilliant addition that elevated the overall quality of Mysteries of the Terracotta Warriors.

Mysteries of the Terracotta Warriors
Credit: Netflix

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If you are scrolling through Netflix wondering what to watch, we would recommend giving Mysteries of the Terracotta Warriors a shot! Do let us know in the comment what you thought about this latest documentary.

About Deepti Chadha

Deepti Chadha has been an entertainment writer for over two years now and specializes in writing reviews. She loves all things film and television, and her favorite movies are The Green Mile and The Hangover Series!

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