Netflix is gearing up to release a pair of new true crime documentaries, one which centers around corporate corruption and the other, the food industry.

Dirty Money, which tackles the former, is led by director Alex Gibney as it boasts six episodes directed by a number of filmmakers, each diving into various corporate mishandlings. Most notably, “The Confidence Man” finds Fisher Stevens investigating Donald Trump‘s real estate empire, Trump Inc.

Per a press release, the episode “lays out how Donald Trump’s business career transformed from epic failures into a consummate branding machine that propelled him into office.”

Additional installments revolve around Volkswagen, payday lenders, Big Pharma, HSBC’s ties to Mexican cartels, and Canada’s maple syrup business.

Next up, Rotten arrives from those behind Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown and The Mind of a Chef. The series, which sheds light on global food production, digs deeper into the increase in peanut allergies, how American-Chinese trade affects the garlic industry, chicken farming, dairy, and New England’s fishing industry.

Dirty Money is set to premiere on Netflix January 26, while Rotten lands January 5.

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