Eat the Rich: The GameStop Saga | Official Trailer | Netflix

This humorous documentary series follows a group of millennial misfits who banded together online to rescue their beloved GameStop from the clutches of Wall Street bigwigs, in a viral David vs. Goliath story for the 21st century.


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Eat the Rich: The GameStop Saga | Official Trailer | Netflix

A community of amateur traders enacts a daring plan to get rich quick and wreak havoc on the stock market. But can they beat Wall Street at its own game?



  1. You can always tell when someone is lying through their teeth because they’re physically unable to give a simple “yes” or “no” answer. They talk in circles with the hopes of avoiding directly answering a question.

  2. As I watch this, I really wonder if our "news media" is useful anymore. There was a huge story here and our "news media" never covered any of it. WHY?

  3. I hope another GME happens. What a fun time to be alive that was for the short time it happened.

  4. I watched this docu-series and I thought from the standpoint of how they covered it, it wasw done very well. However, it really shines a light on how rigged the ENTIRE FINANCIAL SYSTEM is rigged toward the mega rich. Anytime wall street is in trouble, they are bailed out because "Oh no, banks might fail" "oh no, the markets might crash" "oh no, we can't let this happen, it'll ruin the economy". If you read between the lines though, all they are saying is "Oh no, the super rich will lose all their money." None of it affects "regular" people no matter how much they make it sound like it will. If banks fail, regular people have FDIC, you only have a problem if you have more than $250,000 in a single account. No regular person has that issue. If the markets crash, a bunch of rich people lose a crap ton of money. Who cares? The only people they don't "bail out" are regular people who they ruin with their games and market manipulation. It's all a big gambling circle except when they lose, they destroy other people's lives and not their own.

  5. Oh and I hate they keep referring to Taylor Lorrenz like some kinda authority. WTF?!! That woman is such a phoney and show stealer.

  6. Why out of any journalist would you have Taylor Lorenz in it? An establishment mouth piece who OF COURSE says the dumb line at the end letting everyone know she hasn't a clue what happened.

  7. I started watchin this but when yall opened the second episode with tjem fools fake ass rappers rapping i stopped watchin n prolly wont continue

  8. Average Monkey investor : “ bury my dumbass with my shares even if they become worthless, oh and don’t forget to DRS.” 🤡🤡

  9. Hello retailers 401K plans retirement fund are being destroyed as we watch this Documentary..The S&P shorts are dragging down the whole market and all you can hear now are crickets.. Where's Gary?

  10. I still cannot believe RH wasn’t held accountable for disabling the Buy button!! What a monopoly!!

  11. Just watched this. So let me get this straight, they got caught, all three corrupt corporations made billions each. And that’s it? Lol wtf. Do they not have to answer for the corruption?

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