Her story fascinated me. It's been over a year since Amanda Knox was acquitted of murder, and now, the 25-year-old who spent four years in an Italian prison has agreed to sit down with ABC's Diane Sawyer for her first televised interview to air during a prime-time special on April 30. Amanda will not be paid for the appearance but will receive a great amount of press for her book, which is scheduled to come out the same day.

Amanda's case was something that the public devoured. Now, almost five years after Meredith Kercher's murder, we will hear Amanda's side of things.

Will she talk about her ex-boyfriends book? Or who she thinks really killed her roomate? I'm sure Diane will ask her about her time spent in jail, and if she remains bitter about the way she was treated in Italy.

I'm not sure what it is about stories like this that keep us glued to the news or made-for-television movies, but I'm still fascinated.