The BBC have confirmed that The Salisbury Poisonings will air over three nights on BBC One in June and have released a first look image and trailer to whet your appetite.
The three-part drama, written by Adam Patterson and Declan Lawn will also be available as a boxset straight after the first episode has aired and focuses on the impact the 2018 Novichok poisonings had on the local community.
The Salisbury Poisonings tells the remarkable story of how ordinary people and public services reacted to a crisis on their doorstep, displaying extraordinary heroism as their city became the focus of an unprecedented national emergency.
It captures the bravery, resilience and in some cases, personal tragedy of the unsuspecting locals, who faced a situation of unimaginable horror so close to home.
Anne-Marie Duff stars as Tracy Daszkiewicz, MyAnna Buring stars as Dawn Sturgess and Rafe Spall plays Detective Sergeant Nick Bailey.
The show also stars Johnny Harris as Charlie Rowley, Annabel Scholey as Sarah Bailey, Mark Addy as Ross Cassidy, Stella Gonet as Caroline Sturgess and Ron Cook as Stan Sturgess.
The Salisbury Poisonings airs Sunday 14th, Monday 15th and Tuesday 16th June at 9pm on BBC One