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Suburban Secrets

For the 2004 film, see Suburban Secrets (film).
Suburban Secrets
Genre Documentary
Narrated by Nicole Blackman[1]
Composer(s) Craig Sharmat
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) American English
Production
Executive producer(s) Rebecca Toth Diefenbach
Valerie Haselton
Producer(s) Jake Laufer
Jennifer Anderson
Walker Lamond
Carolyn Day
Editor(s) Sumithrin David
David Kratz
Scott Snider
Location(s) United States
Camera setup Marcus Burnett
Rob Featherstone
Broadcast
Original channel truTV
External links
Website

Suburban Secrets is a Desperate Housewives.

Some cities that the show has documented:

Notable cases documented:

  • Sarah Marie Johnson (Idaho)
  • Christopher McCowen (Massachusetts)
  • Hope Schreiner (Vermont)
  • Rachelle Waterman (Alaska)
  • Diane King (Michigan)
  • Mark Mangelsdorf and Melinda Harmon Raisch (Kansas)

References

External links

  • website
  • Suburban Secrets IMDB
  • Sirens Media


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