Whether you're into pop legends, whodunnits, or against-the-odds stories of survival, the streaming giant Netflix has a critically-acclaimed documentary for everyone.
Now, we've another to add to our weekend to-watch list: a new true-crime documentary about the disappearance of British schoolgirl, Madeleine McCann.
The eight-part docuseries, which hits Netflix on Friday March 15, will explore the story of the missing three-year-old and interview key investigators from the case in the run-up to the 12th anniversary of the disappearance. The trailer has just been released and it's super gripping...
Madeleine's parents, Kate and Gerry McCann, have refused to take part in the controversial documentary.
In a statement issued on March 7, the couple said that the documentary could affect the police investigation.
The couple said: "We are aware that Netflix are planning to screen a documentary in March 2019 about Madeleine's disappearance.
"The production company told us that they were making the documentary and asked us to participate.
"We did not see - and still do not see - how this programme will help the search for Madeleine and, particularly given there is an active police investigation, it could potentially hinder it.
The couple also said that their "views and preferences" have not been reflected in the programme.
Here's everything you need to know about the new documentary.
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What's it about?
The documentary will explore the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, who was just three-years-old when she went vanished from the Portugese tourist resort of Praia de Luz in May 2007
Madeleine had been left alone sleeping alongside her twin younger siblings in the family holiday apartment, while her parents were dining at a tapas restaurant nearby.
The search for the toddler went on to become the most high profile missing persons case in history, with both a Portuguese police and an £11 million Scotland Yard investigation launched in an attempt to locate the missing girl.
The new Netflix series will speak to key figures and investigators involved in the case, tracing the events leading up to the disappearance.
Will Madeleine's parents appear?
Gerry and Kate McCann will not be taking part in the upcoming documentary.
According to The Sun, the couple declined to be involved in the series due to the Metropolitan Police’s ongoing investigation into the disappearance of their daughter.
"We would have welcomed the opportunity of working with the McCanns directly but they informed us they couldn’t and wouldn’t consider taking part while a police investigation is into their daughter’s abduction is ongoing," a source close to the filmmakers revealed.
"But we have interesting new interviews with people close to the inquiry and we believe we can give justice to this unbelievably tragic story."
A friend of the McCann’s the Daily Mail: ‘We understand it is a serialised drama but neither Kate, Gerry nor their holiday friends and main players have co-opertated in any shape or form. And we have no idea who the actors are. We believe it is coming out very soon, within the next two weeks and before the next anniversary.
The investigation, named Operation Grange, is currently waiting to hear from the Home Office whether it will be granted extra public funding to continue the search.
When will it air?
The documentary is airing on Friday 15 March.