A television drama about the Grenfell Tower fire will be produced by the BBC.
The Grenfell three-part series will dramatize what happened on the night of June 14, 2017, when 72 people perished in the fire.
Using interviews and information from the public inquiry, it will piece together the accounts of survivors, bereaved family members, and firefighters.
The program's creator and director, Peter Kosminsky, expressed his hope that it would "reach the heart of this catastrophe.".
He stated that he wanted to look into "how such a thing could have happened; [and] how we can avoid it ever happening again" in the series.
In a statement, he said that occasionally, things happen in our country's story that affect us all.
"An instance of this is the Grenfell Tower fire. We recall what we were doing when we first learned about it, as well as the images and heavy media coverage.
"And yet, despite all of this, despite the numerous newspaper and television pages and hours devoted to the story, we might still be left with a vague understanding of what exactly occurred and what went wrong. ".
According to the BBC, the series would give "a comprehensive account of the events preceding, taking place during, and following the devastating fire.".
How the drama will portray the actual London tower block fire night is still unknown.
Interviews with some of those impacted have been conducted by Kosminsky and associate producer Ahmed Peerbux.
According to Peerbux, "We have been working on this drama for more than five years, and it is only right that such a terrible event, seared into the national psyche, should be approached with rigor and not rushed.".
"Without the time and trust the men and women have given us, we would not be able to honor their experiences. We are incredibly grateful for them letting us into their lives and sharing their stories with us. ".
The investigation into the fire is now complete, and a report is anticipated later this year.
In addition to dramas created in response to actual events like the Bosnian War, the 9/11 Attacks, and Dr. David Kelly's 2003 passing, Kosminsky has won seven Bafta Awards overall.
He was also the director of the TV version of Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel.