The streamer has confirmed that The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann will launch on Netflix, taking a detailed look at the disappearance of three-year-old McCann, who vanished from the seaside resort of Praia da Luz in Portugal in 2007.
"Madeleine's Fund", which Kate and Gerry set up to raise money for the investigation, has been supported by a number of celebrities including Philip Green, Simon Cowell, Coleen Rooney, J.K. Rowling, and Richard Branson. Directed by Chris Smith ("Fyre: The Greatest Party that Never Happened"), the eight-episode series draws on 120 hours of interviews with over 40 contributors, including journalists, investigators and people close to the McCann family.
The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann claims "Maddie" is still alive and focuses on the theory that human traffickers snatched the blonde haired, blue eyed tot and brought her overseas for sale. That's the main supplier of these gangs.More news: Australian senator blames immigrants for mosque attacks
They are now embroiled in a bitter, long running legal battle with him over his bombshell accusations.
The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann explores the still unsolved mystery of what happened to Madeleine, who disappeared while on vacation with her parents in Portugal. But despite a lot of theories and several suspects, Madeleine was never found, and no one was ever charged in relation to her disappearance.
Speaking to the Daily Mail, Gamble said: "There's huge hope to be had with the advances in technology". Year on year DNA is getting better.More news: Gambino 'mob boss' shot dead outside NY home
"And as we use that technology to revisit and review that which we captured in the past, there's every likelihood that something we already know will slip into position". The McCanns declined to participate, they explained in a statement shared on the website FindMadeleine.com. Their spokesperson told The Guardian: "Kate and Gerry didn't ask for it and don't see how it will help the search for Maddie on a practical level, so they chose not to engage".
They've also reportedly urged others to refuse doing interviews with production house Pulse Films, who's making the series.More news: Italy outraged as court finds victim too ugly to be raped