Cyntoia Brown’s story has been one that has grabbed the attention of people around the world including celebrities such as Kim Kardashian and Rihanna. Now, Netflix is bringing that story to television.

“In 2004, 16-year-old Cyntoia Denise Brown was arrested in Nashville, Tennessee, for murdering a 43-year-old man who picked her up for sex. She was tried as an adult and sentenced to life in prison — Cyntoia’s fate seemed sealed," a Netflix synopsis says. "The film shows the complexity of a child who was the product of three generations of violence against women in her biological family. And how in 2019, after nearly 10 years of legal challenges, Governor Bill Haslam granted her request for clemency. He did so following a slow shift in the state for legislative change in juvenile sentencing laws and having seen evidence of her maturity, education, and good behavior as a prisoner.”

The streaming service released the trailer for “Murder To Mercy: The Cyntoia Brown Story” on YouTube Wednesday leading to an array of comments from social media users. Many YouTube viewers commented under the teaser about their opinions on the case itself.

“No grown man needs to have a unknown underaged young girl in his bed,” one person wrote. “Let that be clear.”

Another viewer replied: “I think shes done her time in prison and has received clemency. So she should be free but I dont think shes innocent by any means.”

“‘Why fight for a person who has taken a life’ excuse me ???? People need to recognize that they have no say in how someone should FEEL, DO, or ACT in circumstances like/similar to hers,” someone else ranted. “Imagine that was your daughter being sold to different men so they could use HER body. Unlike the lady that said that, not everyone has the freedom and control over what is done to them. I’m glad she is released because I truly don’t believe she killed that man to rob him. No one is looking at how wrong the man was in the situation too. 43 years old and you want to be in bed with a 16 year old ?? No.”

Several Instagram users expressed eagerness and excitement for the project’s release.

“Man, drop that now. We may be outside then,” one user wrote in reference to many people in isolation due to the coronavirus pandemic.

“I’m ready for this one [hand clap emoji],” someone else stated. “I saw the first documentary about her years ago. Would be inspiring to see how everything turned out now that she’s free...”

“thank God they decided to drop this cause i [expletive] near watched everything on netflix already,” another fan added.

Others praised Netflix for consistently putting out good documentaries. Recent documentaries have included “Tiger King” and “Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez.”

An Instagram user wrote: “Netflix been on [two fire emojis] with their content [Two hands raised emojis]”

“Netflix coming in like Oprah: You get a documentary and you....and you....But seriously though they don't get enough credit for their docs which have all been great for the most part,” a YouTube user complimented.

“Murder To Mercy: The Cyntoia Brown Story” will be available to stream on Netflix on April 29.

Murder to Mercy: The Cyntoia Brown Story
A still from Netflix's "Murder to Mercy: The Cyntoia Brown Story." Netflix