Inside the Making of ‘Unsolved Mysteries” Official New Podcast

Samson Amore
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“Unsolved Mysteries'” first official podcast will launch early next year and cover topics from the show’s vast vault of unsolved crimes. While “Unsolved Mysteries” separately is producing a series on Netflix, the podcast isn’t related to the ongoing Netflix show and will cover three decades of public submissions they haven’t been able to address, creator Terry Dunn Meurer said. The new “Unsolved Mysteries” podcast will debut in February in partnership with podcast distribution company Cadence13. The show will be in distinct contrast to another true crime-focused podcast outfit, True Crime Obsessed, founded by Patrick Hinds and Gillian Pennsavalle, which operates a comedy podcast that comments on and uses content from the Netflix reboot series. Hinds and Pennsavalle’s show is not officially licensed by “Unsolved Mysteries.” Meurer told TheWrap she was both shocked and offended by Hinds’ content, which she feels trivializes the work of the original “Unsolved Mysteries,” which dates back to 1987. To date “Unsolved Mysteries”– which has received six Emmy nominations — and its licensed spin-offs have helped solve 260 cases out of 1,300 featured in the 34 years the show has run, Meurer said. In a statement to TheWrap, Hinds and Pennsavalle said they don’t feel their...

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