20 JUN 2023

Sunny Side of the Doc 2023: Peacock premieres Espresso's "Where is Baby Gabriel?"

The premium true-crime series investigates the complex case of Baby Gabriel's disappearance, which shook the US and continues to make headlines today.

20 JUN 2023

"Where is Baby Gabriel?"

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Peacock has launched in the U.S "Where is Baby Gabriel?", a new three-part true crime docuseries distributed by Espresso Media International. "Where is Baby Gabriel?" examines the famous case of baby Gabriel’s disappearance, which shook the US and continues to make headlines today.

He was last seen with his mother Elizabeth, who in a self-confessed outburst, said she killed him and put his body in a dumpster. But all is not what it seems, and Elizabeth later claims she gave her child away. Gabriel’s body has never been found. With access to private investigators, journalists, family and FBI agents plus an exclusive, never-before-seen interview with the lead detective; "Where is Baby Gabriel?" unveils a story of unexpected twists, lies and deceit.

The mini-series follows the recent global success with of Espresso with "Monster in the Shadows", a best-selling crime series from Revolutionary Leader Productions, which airs on Peacock, Sky Crime, Foxtel, Canal + Docs, Viaplay and more.

Jess Reilly, Head of Sales and Acquisitions at Espresso Media International, says: “We are delighted to be working with Peacock and Oxygen again on another Revolutionary Leader Production. Director Thomas Leader has carefully spent the last 18 months crafting this telling of Gabriel’s story, which is the first premium docuseries on this shocking case. It is an honour and a privilege to now see it airing on Oxygen, and streaming on Peacock, for US audiences.”

“Gabriel’s face dominated the US news media when he first went missing in 2009 and his family and loyal supporters still keep his face and name out there. Compassion is always at the forefront of my storytelling - the opportunity to make a difference - and hopefully it does,“ adds Thomas Leader, director.