The Grenfell Tower fire will be the subject of a TV drama produced by the BBC.
The Grenfell three-part series will dramatize the events leading up to the night of June 14, 2017, when the fire claimed 72 lives.
The stories of the survivors, bereaved family members, and firefighters will be pieced together using interviews and data from the public inquiry.
Peter Kosminsky, the show's creator and director, expressed his hope that it would "reach the heart of this catastrophe.".
According to him, the series should look at "how such a thing could have happened; [and] how we can avoid it ever happening again.".
He said in a statement that "occasionally, events occur in our national story which touch us all.".
"One such event is the Grenfell Tower fire. We recall what we were doing when we first learned about it, the images, and the extensive media coverage.
"And yet, in spite of all of this, in spite of the numerous newspaper pages and television hours devoted to the story, we might still not have a clear understanding of precisely what occurred or what went wrong. ".
According to the BBC, the series would give "a thorough account of the events before, during, and after the devastating fire.".
How the drama will portray the actual fire night in the London tower block is still unknown.
Kosminsky and co-producer Ahmed Peerbux have spoken with some of the affected individuals.
Since we have been working on this drama for more than five years, Peerbux said that it is only fitting that such a terrible event, which has left an indelible mark on the nation, be treated with care and patience.
"We are incredibly grateful to the men and women who opened up to us and shared their experiences with us; without their time and trust, it would be impossible for us to do justice to their experiences. ".
The fire investigation is now over, and a report is anticipated later this year.
Kosminsky has received seven Bafta Awards, some of which were given for dramas that were produced in response to actual events like the Bosnian War, the 9/11 Attacks, and Dr. David Kelly's passing in 2003.
He is also well-known for having directed the TV version of Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel.