Upcoming four-episode documentary series Keeper of the Ashes: The Oklahoma Girl Scout Murders premieres with a full series drop May 24 on Hulu. The series will see Broadway favorite and Tony winner Kristin Chenoweth open up about how she was supposed to attend the camp the night of the notorious murders.
Directed by Remy Weber and producer by Nick Zeig-Owens, the true crime series investigates the murder of three Girl Scouts in 1977 at Camp Scott. The Emmy and Tony Award-winning performer was slated to attend the camp but was unable to due to illness. Getting candid in the trailer, she reveals, "When I think of those three girls, I wonder what is the best way to honor them. That is why I have come back home to find answers, for once and for all."
The actor shared the trailer via Instagram. She wrote, "This is a story I wish I never had to tell, but it needs to be told."
In the trailer, the Wicked star is seen harrowingly walking through a forest and embracing those effected by the tragedy. Her commentary is sliced with interviews from family members of the victims and investigators giving insight into the search process for the murderer.
The series is produced for Hulu by ABC News Studios, with Standing Bear Entertainment. The senior executive producer is David Sloan and the executive producer is Carrie Cook.