It was billed as a luxe culture festival on an exclusive island. But Fyre Festival will long be remembered as a schadenfreude sideshow where rich kids got suckered into staying in wet tents and surviving on cheese sandwiches. Last October, then-26-year-old Fyre founder Billy McFarland was sentenced to six years in prison for falsely advertising a musical-getaway-turned-screaming-hellscape. But the question lingers: How did the disastrous event that had wealthy influencers taking selfies from inside a locked airport even happen? Lucky for us, both Netflix and Hulu have competing documentaries on the topic out this week. Netflix’s “Fyre” debuts Friday, and is partly produced by Jerry Media, the company that marketed Fyre Fest. (USA TODAY has reached out to Netflix and Jerry Media for comment.) Hulu, however, beat Netflix to the punch Monday by dropping “Fyre Fraud” with no notice – and their project boasts an exclusive interview with McFarland himself. So which approximately-90-minute streaming doc should you see? Honestly, both. Come for each film’s depiction of behind the scenes chaos, stay for the moment the Hulu film puts a former Jerry Media employee on screen to cast suspicion on the rival Netflix project. In fact, treat them as companion pieces. Here are the craziest facts that both Fyre movies bring to light….