Glass Entertainment Plots TV Adaptation Of Its Latest True-Crime Podcast ‘There And Gone: South Street’

Glass Entertainment has managed to turn a number of its podcasts into TV documentaries including Betrayal for Hulu and Burden of Guilt on Paramount+.

It is now looking to do the same for its latest project – true-crime podcast There and Gone: South Street.

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The series, which comes from iHeartPodcasts and Glass Podcasts, explores the case of Danielle Imbo and Richard Petrone, who left a bar in Philadelphia and were never seen again.

Nearly two decades later, they have yet to be found. Unlike most cases, there is not a single piece of physical evidence. But the FBI knows there was foul play. The audio series will feature the family of the missing, close friends who were the last to see Danielle and Richard, as well as others haunted by this case nearly two decades later. It will look at those suspected of being involved in the disappearance and follow the lead of law enforcement as possible breaks in the case emerge during reporting. For example, when three vehicles were pulled out of a local river, the podcast team were on the scene to see if they had found the missing pickup truck.

The podcast, which is hosted by Andrea Gunning and Ben Fetterman, will launch in July, ahead of the 20th anniversary of the case in February 2025. Exec produced by Gunning, Fetterman, Nancy Glass and Ali Perry, it is distributed by iHeartPodcasts.

Glass Entertainment Group is also now shopping the TV adaptation.

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