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See The Trailer For Peacock's New Docuseries 'Who Killed Robert Wone?'

In the two-part docuseries, family and friends remember the Washington D.C. lawyer, while investigators detail the complexities of this cold case.

By Cydney Contreras

Family and friends of Washington D.C. attorney Robert Wone continue to seek answers in his mysterious death.

Now, the many theories and questions surrounding the 32-year-old's fatal stabbing are being explored in the two-part docuseries "Who Killed Robert Wone?" premiering March 7 on Peacock.

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"The case of Robert Wone’s is a story that most crime fans may have never heard of, but once they do, they won't stop talking about it," Stephanie Steele, SVP, Unscripted Current Production at NBCUniversal Television and Streaming, said in the series announcement. "Through interviews with those closest to the case and friends of Robert’s who knew him well, 'Who Killed Robert Wone?' looks to give the Peacock audience insight into one of the most mysterious murder cases of the 2000s and explore the bizarre events of what happened on that fateful night.”

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"This is a crime like no other. With more questions than answers, we hope this series will bring new life to a story that has perplexed the Washington D.C. community for years," added Jupiter Entertainment President Patrick Reardon.

In August 2006, Victor Zaborsky called 911 to report that an intruder had broken into the home he shared with Dylan Ward and Joseph Price before stabbing the unsuspecting Wone, who’d been staying in the guest room. But police found no signs of struggle or robbery, and little blood, leading to more questions than answers in the case.

To understand the many complexities of this bizarre case, tune in to "Who Killed Robert Wone?" when it premieres on Peacock March 7.