TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — The case of a mother last seen in Polk County is the focus of a new docuseries on NBC’s streaming service Peacock.

Samantha Fiddler vanished back in 2016 and six years later, her family is desperate for answers.

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement is still searching for a major break in this missing person case.

FDLE Agents spoke with Fiddler’s family in Florida and her home country Canada, but there are more witnesses they want to interview including the main subject of “Dangerous Breed. Crime. Cons. Casts.”

“I always thought that within the years it would be easier to manage but it’s not,” Fiddler’s younger sister April Fiddler said. “I’m more broken as the years go by.”

April Fiddler said she last spoke with Samantha Fiddler about a week before her disappearance in November 2016.

“Well it was a typical conversation,” she said. “I was excited to talk to her because I just found out that I was pregnant.”

April Fiddler said she ended the conversation under the impression her sister would soon return home to Canada.

But on Nov. 19, 2016, investigators said the 29-year-old was last seen in Bartow after Polk County deputies booked and released her from jail.

“We’re talking about a mother of three. A daughter that just vanished off the face of the earth six years ago and that’s very concerning,” FDLE Tampa Bay Special Agent in Charge Mark Brutnell said during a sit-down interview with News Channel 8.

FDLE took over the investigation in 2020 because Samantha Fiddler spent time in seven Florida counties in the eight months leading up to her disappearance.

“Is your agency any closer to solving this disappearance?,” News Channel 8 asked Brutnell.

“I would say at this point, no, we’re not. However, we’ve gotten some more information that’s come in as of late and we’ve identified some more individuals we need to talk to. Our witness list has gotten broader,” Brutnell said.

Brutnell said one of those witnesses investigators want to speak with is former pro wrestler Teddy Hart.

“We know she came to Florida with Teddy Hart to pursue her wrestling career and we know they had some sort of split at some point and he left and she stayed in Florida,” Brutnell said. “We know for a fact she was still in Florida while he was back in Canada.”

For ten years, Canadian filmmaker Frederick Kroetsch set out to make a reality show about Hart.

“I had no idea that I was going to end up at the center of a missing person’s case,” he says in the trailer for “Dangerous Breed.”

April Fiddler appears in the new three-part docuseries.

“And I was told that I was the voice for my sister,” she said.

FDLE declined to give information for the docuseries, Brutnell said.

“I hope people watch this docuseries and they say, ‘she looks familiar’ or ‘maybe I know something, my friend or somebody,’ if it sparks a phone call or two that’s great,” he said. “I hope it does again we just want to find out what happened. Like I said earlier, that’s a docuseries. It’s TV entertainment. This is not. This is real life. This is a mother that has three kids that need to find out what happened to their mom.”

Brutnell said Hart is not considered a suspect or person of interest.

Anyone with information to help investigators locate or find out what happened to Fiddler should call FDLE Tampa at 800-226-1140.