“9/11: One Day In America” (Hulu) –Five-part series featuring interviews with survivors and first responders.
“9/11: Inside the President’s War Room” (Apple TV+) –Jeff Daniels narrates this doc about the 12 hours after the attack on the World Trade Center, featuring never-before-heard testimony from President George W Bush,Vice President Dick Cheney,and more.
“Turning Points: 9/11 and the War on Terror” (Netflix) –Five-part docuseries diving into the who and why of 9/11, featuring interviews with US officials, military vets, retired CIA staff, survivors, Afghan government officials, warlords, civilians, and Taliban commanders.
“Rebuilding Hope: The Children of 9/11” (Discover+)– A documentary by Oscar-winning director Ellen Goosenberg Kent, telling the story of four families whose children were born after their fathers died on September 11th, 2001.
Today, September 10th
“9/11: The Legacy” (History Channel: 7pm ET) – Blair Underwood narrates this one-hour doc about the children impacted by 9/11, even 20 years later.
“Rise and Fall: The World Trade Center’ (History Channel: 8pm ET) –This doc takes an architectural look at the World Trade Center Towers, from their development to their destruction.
“The CIA: Race Against Time – The True Story of the CIA and 9/11” (CBS 8pm ET) –CIA officials and operatives who hunted down Osama Bin Laden speak out for the first time in this two-hour documentary.
Tomorrow, September 11th
“Spike Lee's NYC Epicenters 9/11➔2021½” (HBO) – Spike Lee’s four-part documentary features interviews with 200 people, who share their first hand accounts and reflect on the two decades since 9/11.
“9/11: Four Flights” (History Channel: 8pm ET) –Family and friends of people on the four hijacked flights on 9/11 share their stories.
“9/11: I Was There” (History Channel: 10pm ET) –This two-hour documentary features footage and personal video diaries from people in New York who picked up their cameras to document 9/11 and the weeks following the tragedy.