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The ugly “Malice at the Palace” incident is the spotlight of the debut episode of the Netflix docuseries “Untold,” which kicks off in August.

The debut episode will show never-before-seen footage of the occurrence, as well as interviews with the people who were there.

“We chose these stories by asking ourselves this question: ‘Is this the single most important thing that happened in this person’s life?’” directors and co-executive producers Chapman Way and Maclain Way in a statement.

They added, “What we’ve found doing documentaries is if you’re sitting down with someone and the event that you are interviewing them about was the most pivotal and important thing that happened to them, you are going to walk away with really fascinating insights into their lives, that have a sense of a narrative built in — a beginning, middle and end.”

“Untold” will debut Aug. 10 on Netflix.

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