Acclaimed writer and director Ava DuVernay has chosen the Central Park Five as her next subject, and will soon begin working on a five-part limited series for Netflix, according to a statement released by the streaming service on Thursday.

The scripted series will devote one episode to each of the wrongfully convicted teenagers—Antron McCray, Raymond Santana, Yusef Salaam, Kevin Richardson, and Korey Wise—spanning from the spring of 1989 to 2014. DuVernay, who previously worked with Netflix on 13th, will write and direct. Participant Media, Harpo Films, and Tribeca Productions are all credited as executive producers.

"The story of the men known as Central Park Five has riveted me for more than two decades," Duvernay said a statement. "In their journey, we witness five innocent young men of color who were met with injustice at every turn—from coerced confessions to unjust incarceration to public calls for their execution by the man who would go on to be the President of the United States."

As Duvernay alludes to, President Trump repeatedly condemned the innocent teenagers, and took out full page newspaper ads in 1989 calling for the death penalty to be reinstated in New York.

More recently, in October of 2016, then-candidate Trump told CNN that he still didn't believe that the men were innocent, despite the fact that a convicted murderer and rapist confessed to the crime in 2002. After a DNA match corroborated his confession, the five innocent men had their convictions vacated and ultimately received a settlement from the city.

The as-yet-unnamed show will air on Netflix in 2019. Until then, DuVernay's drama Queen Sugar recently returned for its second season, and her adaptation of A Wrinkle In Time is set to come out next March.