Julian Fellowes, the creator of 'Downton Abbey', is set to release his latest drama series on Netflix - and it looks fantastic.

The six-part drama called 'The English Game' charts the origins of football. However, if you're not a fan of the sport don't worry too much. The series will be focused mainly on the behind-the-scenes drama of how the sport's creation reached across the class divide, and established the game as arguably the world's most popular sport.

The series is written and executive produced by 'Downton Abbey' creator Julian Fellowes, and stars some recognisable faces in the cast line-up. Of those to note are two Irish actors, Niamh Walsh and Sam Keeley. Walsh has appeared in Amazon's 'Good Omens' as well as 'Holby City' and 'Jamestown'. Keeley on the other hand will be known for playing Daniel March in 'Dublin Murders'.

Also included in the cast is Edward Holcroft from 'Kingsman: The Golden Circle', Kevin Guthrie who starred in 'Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald' and 'Dunkirk', and Charlotte Hope from 'Game of Thrones'.

Fellowes is currently busy at work on the follow-up to 'Downton Abbey', which is expected to get a sequel after the movie's runaway success.

'The English Game' arrives on Netflix March 20th.

Here's the dramatic trailer for you.

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