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Fool Me Once has finally been knocked off Netflix's top spot by highly anticipated true-crime series

Fool Me Once has finally been knocked off Netflix's top spot by highly anticipated true-crime series

The much-loved Fool Me Once has been knocked off Netflix's top spot.

Fool Me Once has finally been knocked off Netflix's top spot by a true-crime series that has got a lot of people talking.

For those who don't know, Netflix's Fool Me Once is based on the mystery thriller of the same name by Harlan Coben, and was released on the streaming platform on January 1.

Starring Michelle Keegan, Adeel Akhtar, Joanna Lumley and Richard Armitage, it follows the mystery that unfolds following the sudden death of Joe Burkett (Armitage).

Burkett's wife Maya Stern (Keegan) is mourning his death when she sees him on a nanny cam with their child.

Cue plentiful twists and turns as Maya tries to work out what the hell is going on.

After releasing on Netflix on New Year's Day, Fool Me Once has consistently sat at the top of the streaming platform's most streamed TV shows.

And that really is quite some achievement, but the show has finally had its number one spot taken off it.

Michelle Keegan in Fool Me Once.

Now on top of the Netflix pile is a true-crime series based on 'the real life Gone Girl'.

The doc arrived on the streaming platform on Wednesday (January 17) and so far people have been glued to the series, with many watching the entire three-parter in one sitting.

The true-crime documentary tells the story of Denise Huskins, who was kidnapped in the middle of the night in 2015.

She had been hanging out at her boyfriend Aaron Quinn's house in Vallejo, California, when their lives suddenly changed irrevocably.

The couple, who are physical therapists, went to bed that evening, but were awoken in the middle of the night by intruders.

Two men broke into the home, tied them up and forced them into a closet where they were drugged and blindfolded.

Denise was kidnapped and held for ransom, but when Aaron reported the crime, police ended up suspecting him instead.

The couple were woken up in the night by intruders.

Even when Denise was released two days later, after being drugged and raped by her abductor - police still claimed the story didn't make sense.

Denise's story became known as the Gone Girl kidnapping, after earning comparisons to the book and movie, which tells the story of a woman who faked her own kidnapping.

Certainly eerie, but Denise's story is the one that has knocked Fool Me Once off the Netflix top spot.

Whatever takes your fancy, both are streaming on Netflix now.

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: Netflix, Film and TV