Here, are the list of best skateboarding shows as below: Shaun White: The Last Run, Zion's Way, SK∞ エスケーエイト, Betty, Skate le monde, Post Radical, Revolution, Epicly Later'd, Stranger Things, King of the Road, Abandoned, Angry Boys, Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory, Camp Woodward, Life of Ryan, Viva La Bam, Skate, パラッパラッパー, .
With unprecedented access and never-before-seen personal archival footage, the docuseries is a revealing portrait of three-time Olympic gold medalist and one of the greatest athletes in two separate sports, snowboarding and skateboarding, Shaun White. It is a story that includes childhood struggles with a congenital heart condition, the development of his unbeatable talent, sacrifices made by his unconventional but remarkably supportive parents, the move into pro-snowboarding at a young age, and of course, his exploits at the Olympics, where he holds the record for most gold medals by a snowboarder.
OTT Platforms for Shaun White: The Last Run are Max Amazon Channel, Max
Born out of the pandemic, we follow Zion and friends as they load up an RV to get out of the house and drive from Miami to Southern California, the mecca of skateboarding, hitting skateparks along the way.
"S" is a dangerous, top secret, no-holds-barred downhill skateboarding race down an abandoned mine. When avid skateboarder Reki takes Langa to the mountain where "S" is held, Langa, who's never been on a skateboard in his life, finds himself sucked into the world of "S", and…?!
OTT Platforms for SK∞ エスケーエイト are Amazon Prime Video, U-NEXT
A diverse group of young women navigate their lives through the male-dominated world of skateboarding in New York City. Inspired by the critically acclaimed film Skate Kitchen.
OTT Platforms for Betty are HBO Max, HBO Now, and Spectrum On Demand Apple iTunes, Google Play Movies, Amazon Video, Vudu, and Microsoft Store.
Mathieu Cyr discovers various countries through the eyes of their skateboarding community. He meets the skateboarders who have shaped the world scene and visits new places that mark the culture of skateboarding.
From Southern Texas to the Middle East, professional skateboarder Rick McCrank explores the weird, wonderful and obscure groups outside the mainstream in the world of skating.
Inline skaters, BMXers and skateboarders go head-to-head on a death-defying course. Edge-of-your-seat stuff with Steve-O and Maya Jama.
Filmmaker Patrick O'Dell explores the careers and lives of some of the most influential people in skateboarding–and in the culture at large.
When a young boy vanishes, a small town uncovers a mystery involving secret experiments, terrifying supernatural forces, and one strange little girl.
OTT Platforms for Stranger Things are Netflix, Netflix basic with Ads
King of the Road is an institution in skateboarding. Started by Thrasher magazine in 2003, it's a demented, roving adventure that follows various skate teams across the country as they compete to accomplish a set list of tasks, some of which carry great risk of bodily harm, and others that don't involve skateboarding at all (but still might carry great risk of bodily harm).
OTT Platforms for King of the Road are fuboTV, DIRECTV, and Sling TV Apple iTunes, Google Play Movies, Amazon Video, Vudu, and Microsoft Store.
Skateboarder Rick McCrank explores abandoned places with the people who love them long after the lights have gone out.
Angry Boys is an Australian television mockumentary series written by and starring Chris Lilley. Continuing the mockumentary style of his previous series, the show explores the issues faced by young males in the 21st century – their influences, their pressures, their dreams and ambitions. In Angry Boys, Lilley plays multiple characters: S.mouse, an American rapper; Jen, a manipulative Japanese mother; Blake Oakfield, a champion surfer; Ruth "Gran" Sims, a guard at a juvenile detention facility; and her grandchildren, South Australian twins Daniel and Nathan Sims. The series is a co-production between the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and US cable channel HBO, with a pre-sale to BBC Three in the United Kingdom. Filmed in Melbourne, Los Angeles and Tokyo, Angry Boys premièred on 11 May 2011 at 9:00 pm on ABC1.
A crew of people come up with new things to do every week. One day, they may work on a business franchise. Another day, they might go and make someone ride a bull, or shoot burritos at people.
Egos clash and conflicts mount as young skaters and BMXers attend a specialty summer camp to learn tricks and tips from some of the biggest names in sport.
Life of Ryan is an American Reality television series on MTV. The series debuted on August 27, 2007 with the second season premiering on January 8, 2008. The series follows the day-to-day life of professional skateboarder Ryan Sheckler as he mangages his personal life and his career. Most episodes take place at Sheckler's home in San Clemente, California. His friends, along with fellow professional skateboarders make various appearances in the series.
Viva La Bam was an American reality television series that stars Bam Margera and his friends and family. The show was a spin-off from MTV's Jackass, in which Margera and most of the main cast had appeared. Each episode had a specific theme, mission, or challenge which was normally accomplished by performing pranks, skateboarding, and enlisting the help of friends, relations and experts. Although partly improvised, the show was supported by a greater degree of planning and organization.
Aspiring pro skater Josh Raden and his motley crew of friends experience the ups and downs, thrills and defeats of this adrenalin-rush extreme sport.
PaRappa the Rapper is a 2001 Japanese anime series aimed towards children in Japan that consists of 30 episodes. It features the rapping dog PaRappa and his friends in different adventures. Unlike the game, there's very little rap incorporated into the series' soundtrack. Rodney Greenblat, the original creator of PaRappa the Rapper, only designed the characters of Matt Major and Paula Fox for the show. He had nothing to do with the plot, as he had found out that it was a kids-oriented show meant to sell PaRappa merchandise. Originally, he, along with the company, were to make a teenage/young adults-oriented show meant for the target audience, which was teenagers, at the time.