Netflix has introduced that its newest true crime documentary will have a look at Jill Dando’s notorious homicide.
The streaming service has constructed a popularity for fascinating crime collection and movies, and is now as a result of flip the highlight on the life and surprising dying of TV presenter Dando.
An announcement from Netflix reads: “On the morning of twenty sixth April 1999, Jill Dando was killed outdoors her house in West London. Her homicide turned some of the excessive profile and complicated investigations in British historical past.
“The multi-part collection will mix archive, new analysis and revelatory interviews, to revisit Dando’s life, profession, legacy and what would turn out to be some of the infamous unsolved murders of the twentieth century.”
It’s set to stream as a collection and can drop later in 2023.
Dando was a BBC journalist and TV presenter greatest recognized for her work on Breakfast Information, the BBC One O’Clock Information, the Six O’Clock Information, and presenting Vacation and Crimewatch.
She was 37 when she was shot lifeless on the doorstep of her Fulham house throughout broad daylight, prompting an enormous homicide inquiry by the Met and the UK’s greatest felony investigation because the Yorkshire Ripper.
Though native man Barry George was initially convicted of her homicide, he was ultimately acquitted after eight years in jail.
The finger was pointed at Serbian mobster and politician Arkan in 2012, however as he had died in 2000 it couldn’t be proved that he was the killer.
Nobody else has ever been charged with Dando’s homicide and the case nonetheless stays unsolved.
Netflix’s different hit true crime documentaries have included Tiger King, The Tinder Swindler, The Staircase and Making A Assassin.
The streaming service has just lately introduced plans to crack down on password sharing this yr, which has already been trialled in Chile, Costa Rica and Peru.
Though Netflix’s phrases of service state that password sharing outdoors of households will not be permitted, the corporate estimates that 100 million folks streaming their content material are doing so with borrowed accounts and the brand new plans will embrace providing customers the possibility to pay a small charge to switch profile info to a brand new or sub account.