True Crime Docuseries “No One Saw A Thing” Debuts On Sundance



In 1981, after years of intimidation and brutality, the town bully Ken Rex McElroy is gun downed in broad daylight in front of 60 witnesses in the small town of Skidmore, Missouri, but no one saw a thing or at least that’s what they claim to this very day.

Blumhouse’s docuseries “No One Saw A Thing” delves into the case that garnered international attention and remains one of the most interesting true-crime mysteries today.



Award-winning Israeli filmmaker Avi Belkin (Mike Wallace Is Here, Sundance 2019 Premiere) directs and serves as executive producer of the six-episode series, which is also executive produced by Jason Blum, Jeremy Gold, and Marci Wiseman and co-executive produced by Mary Lisio as part of Blumhouse Television. Delirio’s Rafael Marmor and Christopher Leggett (Hunting ISIS, Honey Boy, Mike Wallace Is Here) also serve as executive producers.

The six-episode series “No One Saw A Thing” is now available on the Sundance Channel.

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