Tubi Strikes Deal For ‘The Cult Of Elon’ And Other Exclusive Vice Docs

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Tubi has confirmed a new deal which will see a number of exclusive documentaries from Vice Media Group becoming available to stream on its platform. Tubi users will be able to watch the first of these new documentaries on April 24, 2023.


Tubi is already well known as a useful outlet for free movies and shows, and the streaming service has recently been looking to bolster its catalog even more. In addition to more originals, Tubi also recently agreed a deal with Warner Bros. Discovery which has resulted in HBO Max content becoming available to watch for free on Tubi.

This latest deal seemingly looks to expand the streaming service’s investigative storytelling with documentaries that are only available to stream on Tubi.


The first of the new documentaries that Tubi users can expect is titled The Cult Of Elon. According to the announcement, The Cult Of Elon examines “how Elon Musk became one of the most influential and controversial business leaders in history.” The documentary covers everything from Musk’s pursuit to build Tesla to the more recent acquisition of Twitter.

Another documentary that has now been confirmed as coming to Tubi is Vigilante Inc. According to the description, Vigilante a deep dive investigation into the recent rise in cases of online vigilantism and asks a number of critical questions about criminal justice, privacy and policing in the internet age.”

Following the release of The Cult Of Elon on April 24th, Vigilante Inc. will be available to stream from May 6th on Tubi.


As mentioned, these are only some of the new documentaries that are on their way to the free streaming service. While the others have yet to be announced, they are described as covering topics that include chatbots and ticket scalping.

These additional documentaries are expected to become available to stream on Tubi throughout 2023.

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