A new Pamela Anderson documentary, featuring exclusive footage, is headed to Netflix.

The streaming platform announced the news on Twitter on Tuesday, with a tweet that read, “Pamela Anderson is ready to tell her story in a new documentary.”

The film has been in the works for “several years” according to the streamer and will follow the “Baywatch” actress throughout her professional career and personal journey.

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Anderson also shared the news to Instagram with a cryptic post of a note with the words: ““My life/A thousand imperfections/A million misperceptions / wicked, wild and lost/Nothing to live up to/I can only surprise you/Not a victim, but a survivor/& Alive to tell the real story.”

The film will be directed by “Ask Dr. Ruth” Director Ryan White.

The untitled project promises exclusive access to Anderson, featuring never-before-seen archival footage and personal journals.

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The 54-year-old was most recently portrayed by Lily James in Hulu’s biographical drama “Pam & Tommy”, which started airing on Feb. 2. The series followed her romance with her ex-husband, Mötley Crüe’s Tommy Lee and the aftermath of the leak of their sex tape.

Deadline reports the actress took issue with the way the series portrayed her.