November 13, 2015 is a day that will mark the calendars of France for years to come.
On that day, a series of coordinated terrorist attacks took place in Paris which resulted in the death of 130 people, and the injury of 413. The attacks began with three suicide bombings outside of the Stade de France during a football game, followed by bombings and shootings at cafes and restaurants throughout the city. The final strike was a mass shooting at the Bataclan theater in the 11th arrondissement during an Eagles of Death Metal concert, in which 89 people died and several were taken hostage, leading to a standoff with the police.
Two and a half years later, the events of that day are about to be immortalized in a three-part Netflix documentary called November 13: Attack On Paris. The documentary will be directed by the French director duo, Jules and Gédéon Naudet, and will be based on testimonies from 40 survivors of and witnesses to the attacks. It will be available to watch on the streaming platform May 30th, 2018.