Suburban Secrets

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Suburban Secrets
Genre Documentary
Narrated byNicole Blackman [1]
Composer Craig Sharmat
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
Production
Executive producersRebecca Toth Diefenbach
Valerie Haselton
ProducersJake Laufer
Jennifer Anderson
Walker Lamond
Carolyn Day
Production location United States
EditorsSumithrin David
David Kratz
Scott Snider
Camera setupMarcus Burnett
Rob Featherstone
Release
Original network truTV

Suburban Secrets is a 2007 American non-fiction television series created by truTV. It is produced by Sirens Media. The show is described as being a cross between City Confidential and Desperate Housewives .

Some cities that the show has documented:

Notable cases documented:

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