Bad Vegan: Fame. Fraud. Fugitives.

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Let’s talk about Bad Vegan: Fame. Fraud. Fugitives., a docuseries on Netflix. After marrying a mysterious man who claimed he could make her dog immortal, a celebrated vegan restaurateur finds her life veering off the rails.

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Bad Vegan: Fame. Fraud. Fugitives. on Netflix
Rating: TV-MA
Genre: True Crime, Documentary
Type: Docuseries
Released: 2022
Seasons: 1

Summary:

After marrying a mysterious man who claimed he could make her dog immortal, a celebrated vegan restaurateur finds her life veering off the rails.

Heather’s Review:

Just when I think that a story can’t get any stranger, Netflix releases a new docuseries and proves me wrong. This docuseries has a little bit of everything from immortal dogs to catfishes. It’s just as ridiculous as it sounds, and I enjoyed every moment.

I give Bad Vegan: Fame. Fraud. Fugitives. on Netflix 4.5 out of 5 stars. 

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5.8 IMDb
89% Rotten Tomatoes

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  1. So much happens from theft to disappearances, and I’m confused about how this story played out the way it did. By the end of it, you are left feeling like Sarma, who owned the restaurant, is dumb, or you feel bad for her, or you are still confused about how this was able to transpire with the woman being so intelligent. That is where I am I don’t understand how this woman believed so many poorly constructed lies and bought into something so ridiculous, but on my empathy side, I do feel horrible she went through so much. Being blinded by love can get you lost and make you lose yourself, which is what happened to her.

     

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