By Doug Norrie | 15 seconds ago
The death of Princess Diana of Wales on August 31, 1997 remains one of the most shocking tragedies in world history. Given his fame, royal status, the nature of his death and many other factors, the car accident that claimed his life with two other passengers has remained a matter of public intrigue. over the past two decades. And now a new show will shed light on some of the issues surrounding the events as well as Princess Diana’s life leading up to the car crash that took her life. According to Variety, a new series Who killed Lady Di? is in the works and it will explore these details and more.
According to the report, Who killed Lady Di? will be a mini-series set in the time following the death of Princess Diana. It will be a fictional account of a journalist/blogger who investigates what happened and tries to find out the truth about the events. Apparently, he’ll set himself up to explore a number of different conspiracies and conspiracy theories that arose after his death. This will mix real events with fictional characters
The series will follow a French investigator tasked with uncovering the truth behind Princess Diana’s death and it will be associated with a British blogger who also writes about the case. This will, in part, be based on testimony from Martine Monteil who helped lead the initial case through French authorities. Monteil is also a screenwriter for the series. Julien Lilti is the creator after writing the French series Hippocrates. The new miniseries is also expected to highlight how exactly some of the real conspiracies began in the wake of Princess Diana’s death, and how news stories at the time struggled to accurately report the facts.
Princess Diana died in a car crash in the Pont de l’Alma tunnel in Paris in August 1997. She, along with French film producer Dodi Fayed and driver Henri Paul were killed as their car crashed kept away paparazzi who followed the two in search of photos. . Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed were a couple at the time. In the timeline following his death, Fayed’s father, billionaire Mohamed Al-Fayed, had suggested that the death was not an accident, but rather a planned event implemented by British authorities and other members. of the royal family.
Investigations have never confirmed these claims and the accident is believed to be due to the driver’s intoxication at the time, combined with high speed rates and the fact that Princess Diana was not wearing a seatbelt. A number of other conspiracy theories have since sprung up. It’s unclear if this new series will deal with them all. They involve a number of possibly salacious details about Princess Diana’s life as well as the position of the British royal family at the time.
There’s no telling where this Princess Diana series will end up landing. According to Variety, the miniseries is currently being sold to various partners for distribution and financing. We are sure to have more information shortly on when and where we can see Who Killed Lady Di?.