Investigation Discovery has a companion podcast to one of its top-rated TV series, Disappeared.
There are over 88,000 missing person cases that are active in the USA right now.
Designed for true crime fans, this shocking podcast is a portable Investigation Discovery, designed to keep the true “ID Addict” in the loop and aware of the criminal and unexplained out there that keeps them on the edge of their seats.
The first three episodes are available beginning August 5, with episodes dropping weekly on Thursdays. TV Shows Ace has the exclusive preview embedded below.
Investigation Discovery announced today its groundbreaking series Disappeared is being released as a podcast.
Disappeared, a true-crime series told the stories of people who went missing during its nine seasons, seemingly without a trace. However, some cases told over the course of the show’s run resulted in miraculous reunions or heart-wrenching discoveries, and ultimately, closure for the families.
Many families sadly are left with no answers. Their loved ones still remain missing, vanished without a trace or any clues.
The podcast, Disappeared will start from the beginning of the series and present an audio version of the TV show featuring open investigations where families are still searching for answers.
Three episodes will be released on August 5th, with new episodes dropping weekly on Thursdays. Listen to Disappeared on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Fans of the TV series can watch episodes streaming now on discovery+
Each episode begins at the time immediately before the individual vanished, and chronicles the search for clues hidden beneath seemingly everyday behavior that may indicate what happened to the individual. The podcast serves as a news outlet to help bring these missing person stories back to public attention, in the hopes that bringing their stories forward could result in fresh leads or new information to decipher the truth of what happened to the missing person.
The podcast Disappeared is produced by Investigation Discovery, with Marissa Lucy as Executive Producer.
Other ID Podcasts
ID’s Red Flags is a weekly one-stop-shop for all things True Crime. It boasts Karina Michelle and Tori Telfer as the hosts who guide the listener through the cases that matter, the headlines, the shows, the books – everything that has to do with True Crime.
As for the name? A red flag warns of danger, but it also shows where to look for solutions.
The Reasonable Doubt Podcast sees retired homicide detective Chris Anderson and criminal defense attorney Fatima Silva re-examine these controversial convictions on their hit TV series, Reasonable Doubt, which airs now on Mondays at 10/9c on Investigation Discovery.
Chris and Fatima give exclusive insight on the investigations seen on TV, provide updates on where the case stands now, and discuss what didn’t make it into each episode. The podcast is hosted by Rob Rosen, series creator and executive producer.
As companion aftershow, the new episodes are released weekly every Tuesday following Monday’s show premiere. The podcast is available now on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts.
About Investigation Discovery
Investigation Discovery (ID) is the leading crime and justice network on television. Delivering the highest-quality programming to approximately 80 million U.S. households, ID is also available via the network’s TV Everywhere offering, IDGo.
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