It is the case that rocked the entire nation and now, Lifetime is offering their take on the famous Jayme Closs case.

Last month, the channel announced that they were set to release a new documentary on the case by the end of April. They promised new details and never-before-heard facts with former kidnapping victim Elizabeth Smart at the helm.

The documentary is called 'Smart Justice: The Jayme Closs Case' and is now available to watch online. All you have to do is sign in with your cable provider. You can watch the documentary here.

What separates this documentary from others on the case is that Elizabeth travels to Barron, Wisconsin to "personally uncover new details" and speak "with those closest to her [Jayme] and those vital in the rescue."

This shouldn't be a huge shock, as Elizabeth was in Barron shortly after Jayme's return, talking to the town, offering tips on how to heal and move forward after the ordeal.

There have been many news stories and specials on this riveting case. Just days after Jayme was found, newsmagazine '48 Hours' aired a special program to honor her return home. She was also featured on the cover of People Magazine. 

Jayme escaped her captor in early January and ran to safety in Gordon, Wisconsin, where she was being held. The 13-year-old had been missing since October, after her two parents were found murdered in their home.