A new four-part docuseries, Finding Andrea, will begin streaming on Discovery+ this October.
The series is produced by Jupiter Entertainment and Two Fifteen West. Executive producers for Jupiter include Patrick Reardon, Dan Messina and Randy Tat, along with Chris Deaux from Two Fifteen West and Liz Massie who acts as senior executive producer for Discovery+ on the series.
Andrea Knabel, 37, a mother of two living in Louisville, Kentucky, volunteered for Missing In America for years. The group claims a 98% success rate in finding missing persons, crediting psychic abilities of certain members for that success. But their work stopped when Knabel vanished on Aug. 13, 2019.
The series follows the investigation into her disappearance, using never-before-seen footage suggesting Knabel’s investigatory efforts may have put her in danger. A new private investigator takes on Knabel’s case in the series, unearthing information that could change how her friends and family view her.
“When we first heard of Andrea’s story we were so moved to learn that a woman who had devoted her life to helping find missing people would tragically go missing herself. But as with everything in Andrea’s life, things proved to be far more complex upon further investigation,” said Jason Sarlanis, president of crime and investigative content for Discovery.
“Over the span of Finding Andrea‘s four parts, we get a first-hand look into the complicated layers behind the life Andrea wanted others to see and realize that maybe the secrets she kept are what hold the answer to her tragic disappearance.”
The series’ first two episodes will be made available on Oct. 15, with new episodes streaming on Discovery+ every Friday.
Watch a trailer below: