Netflix's new mini-series focuses on an infamous unsolved murder of a four-year-old boy
The five-part series is getting a lot of attention this week.
Netflix's run for all-consuming true-crime documentaries is almost unparalleled.
Amanda Knox, The Staircase, Abducted In Plain Sight, The Confession Killer, The Keepers and, of course, Making A Murderer; all examples of zeitgeist-grabbing content.
It looks like the streaming service is continuing that run with their latest release, Who Killed Little Grégory?, telling the true story of a the murder of a four-year-old boy in France, a crime which remains unsolved to this day.
In 1984, the boy was murdered in his hometown of Vosges in France, a murder which took place amidst weeks of threats and harassment from a strange man who seems to know every aspect of the family's personal lives.
The documentary also focuses on the murdered boy's mother, who has spent years of her life testifying to her own innocence.
35 years since the crime initially took place, the mini-series finds the case being put back in the spotlight as some minor progress has been made by police investigating, as well as the recent suicide of someone close to the case.
All five episodes of Who Killed Little Grégory? are available to watch on Netflix right now.
Clip via Netflix