A new documentary will delve into the details of Gabby Petito’s “tragic story, the unanswered questions and the shocking conclusion,” after her death and disappearance drew intense media coverage.

The Murder of Gabby Petito: Truth, Lies and Social Media” will be released on NBC’s Peacock Streaming service on Friday. It is produced by ITN Productions.

Petito’s parents and step-parents are interviewed in the documentary. The documentary will “reflect on the life of their daughter, sharing childhood memories including exclusive photos and details that we never knew before,” according to the synopsis.

"It was like every parents' nightmare," Petito's stepfather Jim Schmidt says in the trailer. "Just like, in a flash of second. She's gone, she's missing."

The documentary takes a closer look at how both mainstream media and social media impacted the case.

Journalists and amateur sleuths on TikTok and YouTube were dedicated to uncovering details about the case. The documentary features interviews from people who covered the story, along with how all the clues came together to help law enforcement get closer to answers.

Petito, 22, went missing on Sept. 11. The disappearance drew more interest when it was learned that her fiance Brian Laundrie, 23, returned from their cross-country trip without her.

Petito's remains were found on Sept. 19 in Grant Teton National Park in Wyoming. Laundrie was found dead in a Florida reserve on Oct. 21.