Forget what you've heard about the disastrous Fyre Festival — you've only been told half the story.— Netflix US (@netflix) January 18, 2019
🔥FYRE: The Greatest Party That Never Happened 🔥is now streaming pic.twitter.com/7wh3O8eIZr
Netflix dropped their version of the Fyre Festival fiasco called Fyre: The Greatest Party that Never Happened. Earlier this week, Hulu dropped their own documentary called Fyre Fraud with the two streaming giants going head to head. Hulu's version looked more into the millenial/ social media aspect that ended being Billy McFarland's blessing and curse. The Netflix doc does highlight social media but has more interviews with some people who worked directly with McFarland and Fyre Festival/ Fyre Media company. No paid interviews with Billy to be seen on The Netflix. This version was produced by social media/meme behemoth fuckjerry (OP's blood pressure just skyrocketed) who was responsible for the social media promotion of the festival And we finally meet Frank, the face behind the face of NYC VIP Access, McFarland's scam to sell fraudulent tickets after already being indicted on fraud charges.
ONTD, did you watch both? Which one did you think was better? OP personally thinks Netflix did a better job with this one.