THE KILLER PLOTS THE NEXT VICTIM USING A HORSE, SNAKE AND
POISONOUS FLOWERS, ON ABC'S "WHODUNNIT?"
"Bum Ba Dee Da" - Rue Manor's remaining guests find themselves in the great outdoors with the killer plotting the next murder involving a lethal poison. The remaining eight continue to form alliances, and the stakes of the game are upped even more as they investigate how the killer used a horse, snake and poisonous flowers to nail the latest victim, on "Whodunnit?," SUNDAY, JULY 21 (9:00-10:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.
"Whodunnit?" is an interactive series that puts 13 amateur slueths' investigative skills to the test in a riveting mystery reality competition. Players will use a variety of crime scene investigation techniques to meticulously uncover evidence in a series of puzzling murders and to ultimately reveal who among them is the killer. Some players will form alliances in the competition, while others will choose to go it alone in their quest for the grand prize of $250,000. The contestants will be guests on a glamorous estate called Rue Manor with a steward, Butler Giles (Gildart Jackson), and each week must solve a new crime in order to advance in the game. Failure to solve the crime will lead to a player's demise, until only three are left. In the final episode, one player will unmask the killer and take home the $250,000 prize.
The Remaining Guests Are:
Cris, 27, a former beauty queen from Costa Mesa, CA
Dana, 39, a cardiac registered nurse from Asheville, NC
Geno, 33, a bar trivia host from Chicago, IL
Kam, 30, an attorney for the Department of Homeland Security from New York, NY
Lindsey, 27, a senior engineer from Boston, MA
Melina, 29, a flight attendant from Chicago, IL
Ronnie, 42, a private detective/bounty hunter from Kenilworth, NJ
Sasha, 28, a journalist from Washington, DC
"Whodunnit?" is produced by Dare to Pass and 51 Minds. Anthony E. Zuiker ("CSI") and Cris Abrego ("Rock of Love") are executive producers. Matt Weinberg, president of Dare to Pass, also serves as producer. The series is broadcast in 720 Progressive (720P), ABC's selected HDTV format with a 5.1 channel surround sound. This program carries a TV-14,L,V parental guideline.