The mysterious case of missing Kansas City Baby Lisa Irwin will be profiled on Friday's "America's Most Wanted," according to the show's website.
The segment might provide a glimmer into the search for the toddler. "America's Most Wanted" has helped rescue of 61 children and missing persons, according to its website.
The show will air on Lifetime at 9 p.m. The program was on Fox for 23 years before it was canceled in 2011.
Earlier in the week, Lisa's parents ended the prayer vigils for their daughter. Kansas City volunteers and neighbors were conducting nightly vigils for Lisa outside the Irwin house since the 1-year-old went missing.
Last week, the command post where investigators worked on the case was dismantled as authorities said they needed to allocate their resources to other places. Police have not made any progress in the investigation.
Lisa's disappearance garnered national attention due to the strange reports emerging from the case.
Last month, police called in psychic Stephanie Almaguer to assist in the search for Lisa. The Texas psychic had a premonition the baby was killed accidentally in a bathtub, and her parents buried her somewhere near the home. No developments have come from her vision.
Lisa's mother, Deborah Bradley, admitted falling asleep drunk the night Lisa vanished. Lisa's father, Jeremy Irwin, worked an unusual night shift and did not return home until 4 a.m. He noticed his daughter was not in her crib and called the authorities.
A phone call was made to the cellphone of Megan Wright from Bradley's cellphone the night Lisa disappeared. Wright said she did not have the phone when the call was made and that a man named "Dane" was using it. Bradley's phone was thought to be stolen along with Lisa.
Lisa went missing from her Missouri home Oct. 4.