Although it has been more than 20 years since the death of JonBenet Ramsey, people have remained fascinated with the unsolved murder case of the 6-year-old beauty pageant queen.

Netflix will offer subscribers a new perspective on the case with the release of “Casting JonBenet.” The documentary will be available on Netflix starting April 28.

Those who already have a Netflix subscription only need to log into their account on Friday and the documentary should be one of the first things seen on the browser page.

However, if you are not a Netflix member, there is always the option of signing up for a membership with the perk of getting the first month free. There are three plans to choose from, customers will not be charged until the end of their first free month and can cancel their subscriptions at any time.

The cheapest plan is the $7.99 per month basic package. This allows the subscriber to watch Netflix one screen at a time and offers the choice of watching from mobile devices like a phone, tablet or laptop.

The other option is the $9.99 per month standard plan which offers the same features as the basic plan however, subscribers can view Netflix on two screens at the same time and have the option of watching their show or movie in HD.

The third and final option is the premium plan for $11.99 per month. This package offers all the features of the standard package except subscribers can watch Netflix on four screens at the same time and are offered the option of watching their movie or show in Ultra HD.

“Casting JonBenet,” directed by Kitty Green, who refers to the film as a documentary hybrid due to the dramatization, takes audiences on a journey that is both fiction and nonfiction. The film gathers resident from Ramsey’s Boulder, Colorado, town and shares their reactions, thoughts and even dramatized performances about the murder case that has since shaped parenting and behaviors of the present day.

Initially released at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival, the film will launch on Netflix and have limited theatrical release this spring. Although specific theaters or a release date time for the Netflix film have not been released, Netflix typically releases new content at 12 a.m. PDT/3 a.m. EDT.