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Serially Obsessed
A former criminal prosecutor, a public radio producer, and a hardcore skeptic who perform comedy together sit down to talk about their obsession with the podcast Serial. Producer's note: The "Serially Obsessed" podcast is not produced, affiliated with, endorsed or sponsored by the "Serial" podcast. Additionally, the views, comments and opinions expressed on the "Serially Obsessed" podcast do not necessarily reflect the views of the producers of "Serial".
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Ratings & Reviews
2.9 stars from 175 ratings
Like, like, like, like, vapid
A group of like, like, high schoolers. And very racist sounding...
Aralaedan via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/15/19
I only recently listened to serial for the first time & after binging on all of season one in two days, I searched everywhere for more shows about the case. I was so excited to listen to the show and I was let down tremendously. The hosts are horrible and unlistenable. They sound like stuck up...Read full review »
Devon01911500 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/20/17
Great after show analysis
Light hearted podcast, which looks at Serial in more detail. The layout is three friends discussing the podcast and looking at it from different points of view (with the small tendency to go off topic). Thoroughly enjoyed.
Also serially obsessed via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 04/12/17
Recent Episodes
The Prosecutor, The Radio Producer, and The Critic are back to talk about "S-Town," and debate bingeing, loving violins and the greatness of True Detective S1. The "Serially Obsessed" podcast is not produced, affiliated with, endorsed or sponsored by the "Serial" podcast. Additionally, the...
Published 03/29/17
The lawyer, the public radio producer and the critic react to the surprise of the season two finale, ponder their place in the universe and, like, let the haters hate.
Published 04/08/16
The lawyer and the critic try to understand season 2 while the radio producer deals with family issues. Also, what's it like to work with Sarah Koenig and they question the storytelling technique of season 2.
Published 04/08/16
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