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This true crime documentary examines the case of a man who was murdered in a small town in Missouri, apparently in front of dozens of witnesses. But no one much liked the guy, and no one's talking about who killed him. The film is directed by Avi Belkin and debuted on Sundance TV.

No One Saw a Thing is a Crime Documentary & Biography series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (6 episodes). The series first aired on August 1, 2019. It has moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.2.

No One Saw a Thing is available for streaming on the SundanceTV website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch No One Saw a Thing on demand at Apple TV+, Amazon Prime, Philo online.

Wednesday 11:00 PM et/pt on SundanceTV
1 Season, 6 Episodes
August 1, 2019
Crime Documentary & Biography
Cast: Steve Booher, Kirby Goslee, Leona Hayes, David Baird
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No One Saw a Thing Full Episode Guide

  • A murder in Skidmore finally has closure when Stinnett's baby is rescued but the town struggles to move on from the cycle of violence.

  • Sheriff Espey is confident that Branson was murdered because of his drug connections. Bobbie Jo Stinnett is murdered when she is eight months pregnant and her unborn baby is stolen.

  • Rumors swirl when two shocking crimes occur twenty years later. Wendy Gillenwater is beaten to death & Branson Perry vanishes from his home, both in broad daylight, but no one seems to know a thing.

  • Skidmore admits to a history of violence towards others as the FBI arrives into town and turns to the Sheriff's role in the crime.

  • Ken's widow Trena comes forward with evidence.

  • NO ONE SAW A THING examines an unsolved and mysterious death in the American Heartland and the corrosive effects of vigilantism in small-town America. The case garnered international attention in the early 1980s after a resident was shot dead in front of almost 60 townspeople. These witnesses deny having seen anything, to this very day.