Based on John Grisham's best-selling non-fiction book, The Innocent Man: Murder And Injustice In A Small Town, the documentary examines two murders in the town of Ada, Oklahoma in the 1980s.
Since being released yesterday, fans have already taken to twitter to sing its praises.
One wrote: "If your into making a murderer etc you HAVE TO watch the innocent man on Netflix !!"
Another posted: "The Innocent Man on Netflix is VERY good and, most importantly to me, never loses sight of the victims and the devastation violent crime wreaks on families/communities. Really well done."
A third added: "If I don’t answer it’s cause I’m binge watching The Innocent Man on Neflix. I’m so intrigued it’s unreal."
While a fourth said: "Ay that "The Innocent Man" documentary on Netflix is intense…."
The show has been described as gripping by ready steady cut and has already had viewers binge watching.
They said: "Due to similar documentaries, The Innocent Man will offer no surprises, but it does not take away the engaging factor that grips viewers and forces them to binge hours on end on Netflix.
"Mishaps from the police, shoddy defence and prosecutor tactics and the frustrating justice system all come into the fold during the series. The Innocent Man adds to the impressive list of documentaries available on Netflix."
Viewers will be able to get full picture of the murders as the series features plenty of different perspectives on the events, from the victims' friends and families, local residents, lawyers, journalists, and others.
All episodes of the six-part documentary series were dropped simultaneously yesterday and are available to view.
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