US streamer Hulu has commissioned Where Is Private Dulaney?, a new true crime docuseries hailing from Disney sibling ABC News Studios.
Debuting later this week on the service, on 16 November, the three-part series chronicles one mother’s mission to find her missing son after the Marine Corps declared him AWOL.
In 1979, when Private Leroy Dulaney vanished from his post at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune in North Carolina, his mother, Carol Dulaney, took matters into her own hands and undertook an investigation to find out what really happened to Leroy.
The series documents Carol’s quest for the truth, which led her to uncover a world of drugs, rumoured satanic cults and a possible serial killer, and features first-hand accounts from Carol, her sons, Leroy’s wife Brenda, and an interview from prison with Leroy’s convicted killer.
Other ABC News Studios programming on Hulu includes Wild Crime, which follows notable crimes committed in America’s most majestic wilderness, and news magazine IMPACT x Nightline.
Where Is Private Dulaney? is produced by ABC News Studios in association with Show of Force and Versus. Beth Hoppe is executive producer for ABC News Studios. Joshua Bennett, Maro Chermayeff and Jeff Dupre are executive producers for Show of Force, while Ali Pensyl and Tom Colabraro are producers. Justin Barnes, Mark Grande and Rob Meyers are executive producers for Versus and Joshua Bennett is director.