Bad Vegan Is Out on Netflix! Here’s Everything You Need to Know

Finally, Netflix has added four episodes of Bad Vegan to its catalog. I hope you all have a wonderful hump day.

The new Tiger King scam documentary is a four-part mini-series with episodes ranging from 47 to 61 minutes in length.

“A raw food business is built by a clever celebrity restaurateur. A mysterious man’s influence causes her to take a weird detour on her path to success,” according to Netflix’s synopsis.

This show is based on the true story of vegan celebrity chef Sarma Melngallis, who gets swept off her feet by an unidentified love interest named Anthony. Even though we don’t know exactly what’s going to happen, we’ve got a horrible feeling about this one…

Although some fans have expressed their uneasiness at watching yet another coercive control narrative on-screen, early reviews of the show have been overwhelmingly positive.

Our fascination with real crime movies has grown with the release of 2020’s Tiger King, which came out at a time when we desperately needed something new to keep us sane and sent the internet into a Carol Baskin-singing frenzy.

Sure, we’ll watch a Bridgerton-style episode every now and then, but nothing compares to the nerve-wracking ride we get from shows like Making a Murderer and Don’t F**k With Cats.

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Bad Vegan

Tinder Swindler and New York’s own fake-heiress Anna Delvey were the most recent examples and now it appears Netflix has an even more implausible narrative in store: Bad Vegan.

While it’s not a food-focused film, it’s considerably more shocking than the title might imply.

Sarma Melngailis, a celebrity vegan restaurateur and proprietor of the most famous raw food restaurant in the United States, will be the subject of a new four-part Netflix series. Netflix’s Bad Vegan: Fame. Fraud. Fugitives series, which began as a great undertaking, gradually devolves into a calamity.

Plus, Chris Smith, the executive producer of Tiger King and the director of Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened, is behind the documentary.

For those who have a docuseries hole in their lives, here’s all we know about Bad Vegan.

Bad Vegan Trailer

The trailer for Bad Vegan is highly mysterious and doesn’t reveal much about the show, but it will give you an idea of the scope of madness we can expect from the four seasons. However, don’t get too excited.

“Trust Netflix to turn a vegan documentary into a must-watch crime thriller,” commented one viewer below the trailer, while another added: “Thank you Netflix for now we can switch our attention from Anna Delvey to Sarma Melngailis.”

The Plot of Bad Vegan

We don’t have many details yet, but as we’ve already mentioned, Sarma Melngailis, the real-life celebrity restaurateur and owner of vegan hotspot Pure Food and Wine in New York City, is the focus of Bad Vegan.

Melngailis, formerly regarded as the “queen of vegan cuisine,” falls from grace and becomes a fugitive on the run with her lover Shane Fox officially known as Anthony Strangis.

Immediately after meeting Shane Fox on Twitter in 2011, Melngailis begins draining her restaurant’s funds and diverting the money to Fox after he cons her into believing she could achieve all of the things she wanted in life, from expanding her food empire to immortalizing the pitbull she loves, but only as long as she continues to obey his every command without question.

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