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CNN is the latest media company to get into the streaming original content game.

The news channel announced Monday it will debut Mostly Human with Laurie Segall, the first original news documentary for its streaming portal CNNGo, March 12. The show is a six-part miniseries that focuses on the modern intersection of humans and technology. As Variety notes, CNN expects to announce more shows for the site soon.

Episodes in the series include Dead, IRL, which focuses on a woman who creates a digital version of her best friend after his death using social media posts; Swipe, Click, Cheat, which investigates the 2015 data breach at Ashley Madison; and Hacker Down: ISIS’ Twitter Star, which focuses on ISIS member Junaid Hussain, who became one of the most dangerous members of ISIS via social media.

The series won’t require a cable login and it’ll be free to all CNNGo viewers. CNNGo was originally launched in late 2014 and allowed users to watch news clips for free, but required a cable login to access a live CNN news feed. The service is available online and through apps on platforms like Apple TV and Roku.

For media companies, original content has been an increasingly popular investment to try and draw viewers, but for every streaming service with original content like Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Studios, there are also-rans whose shows lacked the audience to make much of an impact. While original content on CNNGo is still in its infancy, launching series exclusively for the service is still a notable move for the cable news channel.