New Netflix true crime documentary investigates infamous murder mystery
The three-part series will be available to watch on the streaming service very soon.
Netflix has unveiled a first look at its upcoming true crime documentary series Who Killed Jill Dando?, which turns a spotlight on an infamous murder mystery.
The three-part show revolves around the killing of BBC journalist, television presenter and newsreader Jill Dando - who in April 1999 was shot dead outside her home in Fulham in southwest London.
The English media personality was 37 years old at the time of her death.
Despite her level of fame and one of the biggest homicide investigations in UK history, the case is currently unsolved.
The plot synopsis for the documentary from Netflix about the murder reads:
"British broadcasting legend, Jill Dando, was killed by a single bullet on her doorstep in 1999 in broad daylight.
"Despite one of the biggest homicide investigations in British history, the murder remains unsolved.
"This three-part series takes viewers through the twists and the turns of a true crime mystery as her family, friends, journalists, investigators and lawyers wrestle with the question: Who Killed Jill Dando?"
In the first trailer for the programme, Dando is described as "the nation's sweetheart' and the "golden girl of British television".
The teaser also highlights several of the theories as to who could have been responsible for the media personality's death.
Who Killed Jill Dando? will premiere on Netflix on 26 September.
You can check out the trailer for the true crime documentary show right here:
Meanwhile, to view more of this week's big teasers in the world of film and TV, see below.
The Book of Clarence
Starting off with movies, this epic biblical comedy-drama follows a down-on-his-luck man (LaKeith Stanfield) living in 29 A.D. Jerusalem who looks to capitalise on the rise of Jesus Christ by claiming to be a new Messiah sent by God.
The Book of Clarence will land in Irish cinemas on 19 January, 2024.
Five Nights at Freddy's
This big-screen adaptation of the popular horror game series will arrive in Irish cinemas on 27 October, just in time for Halloween.
It Lives Inside
Sticking with horror, It Lives Inside follows a teenager (Megan Sui) desperate to fit in at her American school who rejects her Indian culture and family to be like everyone else.
However, when a mythological demonic spirit latches onto her former best friend, she must come to terms with her heritage in order to defeat it.
It Lives Inside will arrive in Irish cinemas on 22 September.
Colman Domingo (Candyman, Euphoria) stars in this Netflix biographical drama about the life of civil rights activist Bayard Rustin that will premiere on the streamer on 17 November.
What Happens Later
Rom-com icon Meg Ryan directs and stars in this romantic comedy about ex-lovers who reconnect for the first time in years when they both find themselves snowed in at an airport overnight.
What Happens Later does not have an Irish release date yet but will be out in the States on 13 October.
Moving onto TV, Shira Haas (Unorthodox) and Stephen Graham (Boiling Part) are among the cast of this Netflix show out on 19 October about four detectives living in four different eras investigating the same murder.
The Continental: From the World of John Wick
Last but not least, this three-part prequel to John Wick, focusing on the adventures of a young Winston (Colin Woodell) in '70s New York, will premiere on Prime Video in Ireland on 22 September.
- You will 100% not guess the direction this thriller series' trailer goes
- Barry Keoghan's new Oscar hopeful looks brilliantly twisted
- New sports drama from the director of Heat gets pulse racing first look
- Michael Fassbender stars in hyper-stylish first look at Netflix action thriller
- 2022's best film is finally available to stream at home
- New Netflix movie looks like a must watch for fans of dark crime thrillers
- Paul Mescal and Saoirse Ronan in first trailer for creepy new sci-fi thriller