Ever since BBC declared it was making a television drama based on Grand Theft Auto, for its 'Make it Digital' initiative, fans are eager to know more about the plot of the upcoming show, well they are in for some disappointment.

The show is more likely to be about the development of the Rockstar game (more like a documentary) and its behind the scenes moments.

This is a major UK-wide initiative by BBC to "inspire a new generation to get creative with coding, programming and digital technology."

Latest reports suggest that the BBC Two show will not be some fictional drama speaking about Lester and his gang of miscreants. Instead BBC has explained that the drama will most likely be a behind-the-scenes look at the development of the GTA.

Guy Cocker, the man behind the BBC drama has clarified that the series will be on the making of the hottest game of the year.

Engadget reports that the show will be a "one-off, feature-length drama running 90 minutes" and will revolve around the minds behind the best selling crime themed video game.

The is rumoured to chronicle the journey of Scottish company DMA Design and how it became the Rockstar North.

"GTA offered gamers the chance to step into a fantasy world where they could behave like criminals, gun down rival gangsters and cops, hijack cars and venture deeper into an imaginary American gangland underworld," a spokesperson from BBC told Videogamer.

"But the violent gameplay coupled with its outstanding success led to fierce opposition: from parents worried about children immersing themselves in such a violent world; from politicians, alarmed at the values it encourages; and above all from moral-campaigners, who have fought passionately to stop it," the spokesman added.

"Grand Theft Auto tells the story of how the game was conceived and created and the subsequent fallout as various groups objected to its violent gameplay."

As part of the Beeb's 'Make it Digital' initiative, the two-part show on GTA is rumoured to be aired in September this year on BBC 2.