Caught Out: Crime. Corruption. Cricket Docuseries Trailer Dropped by Netflix; To Premiere on March 17

The trailer of the Netflix's Caught Out: Crime. Corruption. Cricket was made available to the audience on March 9.

  • Netflix drops the trailer of its investigative series Caught Out: Crime. Corruption.Cricket
  • The trailer gives an insight into the situations that led to match-fixing in cricket in 2000
  • The docuseries will be aired from March 17


The first trailer for the upcoming Netflix documentary Caught Out: Crime, Corruption, Cricket was made available on March 9. The investigation that resulted in the biggest match-fixing scandal’s discovery is the focus of the documentary, which will make its Netflix debut on March 17.  The show explores what happened after the truth about match-fixing came to light and one of the biggest scandals in the history of the sport that at the time featured some of its top personalities was unraveled.

When and Where to Watch Caught Out

Sharing the trailer on social media, Netflix wrote, “Indian investigators unravel the biggest match-fixing scandal that plagued the global cricketing world, only in CAUGHT OUT: Crime. Corruption. Cricket. Streaming on 17th March!”

What trailer shows?

The soon-to-be-released documentary Caught Out: Crime. Corruption. Cricket’s new trailer shows how India’s supremacy in the sport as well as the controversies that resulted in its total re-evaluation. The once-hailed “gentleman’s game” took a hit to its reputation when the match-fixing scandal broke in 2000. In the video, a wide range of sports commentators and journalists are interviewed and asked for their opinions on the sport and the scandal’s consequences. The film begins with some old pictures of sports fans watching games in front of electronic stores. The next segment of the video shows young kids playing the game and their astounding reactions to it. The narrator talks about how cricket unites the country through a shared spirit. Using a number of players’ videos, the narrator examines the spontaneous and impromptu nature of the game of cricket.


The story, which looks at the growth of cricket in India, is full of unexpected twists and turns as it shows how the cricketing world overcame one of the worst corruption scandals. Caught Out is a “pulsating drama that looks at the trajectory of cricket in India, overflowing with surprising twists and turns while examining how the cricketing community fought back from one of the biggest corruption scandals,” according to the official summary of the film.


Supriya Sobti Gupta is the director, while Megha Mathur is the producer through Passion Pictures in association with MOW Productions.


The trailer has been received with great enthusiasm from the viewers and within 24 hours of its release, has been viewed by 437,270 people.