McMillions is the latest series that everyone is talking about.

The documentary series debuted in the US in January and is expected to land in the UK soon.

It's produced by HBO and will air on Sky's new Documentaries channel and NowTV.

The series explores the McDonald's Monopoly Game scam that occured between 1995 and 2001.

It saw a group of associates, led by ex-cop Jerome Jacobson net more than 24 million dollars in a decade by 'winning' the top prizes in the game.

McMillions directors Brian Lazarte and James Lee Hernandez

The trial for the case began on September 10, 2001 but was overshadowed in the media the next day by the 9/11 attacks.

The docuseries has garnered attention on its airing in the US as the story isn't a well-known case due to the timing of the trial.

You can find out how to watch the much-buzzed about series below.

How can I watch it in the UK?

The show is currently airing in the US on HBO and is confirmed to be airing on new channel Sky Documentaries in the UK.

Similar to other HBO shows it'll also be available to stream on NowTV in the UK for those who don't have Sky TV subscriptions.

You can sign up for a seven-day free trial here and watch the entire series during your free trial and cancel it before you're charged or continue your subscription to watch more shows available, which is £8.99 per month.

What's McMillions about?

Across six episodes, McMillions explores the McDonald's Monopoly Game scam that occurred between 1995 and 2001.

The scam was carried out by ex-cop Jerome Jacobson, nicknamed 'uncle Jerry' an ex-cop turned security auditor who rigged the Monopoly game promotion for a decade, stealing millions of dollars and building a vast network of co-conspirators across the US.

The series draws on exclusive firsthand accounts and archival footage, featuring the FBI agents who brought down the gaming scam, McDonald’s corporate executives, who were themselves defrauded, the lawyers who tried the case and the culprits and prizewinners who profited from the complicated scheme, as well as the individuals who were often unwittingly duped into being a part of the ruse.