Anna Seregina and Kyle Mizono are two close friends who have decided to investigate mysteries both universal and mundane, such as: why are some people always late? Why does it feel so good to reveal a secret? Why does Anna’s neighbor rearrange the succulents on her porch five times a day? I mean, five’s too many times - I don’t care who you are. In every episode, Anna & Kyle attempt to get to the bottom of these mysteries. And they will stop at nothing to get there - because they have the time. They call themselves the Truth Hounds. Sniff, sniff..
In the season finale of Truth Hounds, Anna and Kyle’s investigation into the tipster’s confusing object is thwarted by Anna’s refusal to share a deep dark secret. With the investigation at a standstill, Kyle attempts to get Anna to spill the beans in the interest of concluding the season. Will Anna spill? The beans? And, if she does: will they even be good beans?
In the ninth episode of Truth Hounds, Anna and Kyle don’t have an investigation, so they both decide to grill - separately. However, things change when they receive a tip on the tip-line about a … curious object. Will they be able to grill in peace?
In the eighth episode of Truth Hounds, Anna and Kyle set out to do something nice for their third friend, Rod, in order to understand why giving back feels so good. However, with the city opening back up again after lockdown, they sort of lose track of the whole investigation, forcing them to make a last minute plan. However, Kyle remembers she has a dinner reservation at the same time…
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In the seventh episode of Truth Hounds, Kyle isn’t answering Anna’s calls and has a strange new voicemail greeting. Anna attempts to finish their investigation into why time flies by when you’re having fun. Is this going to be the case that … gets away? Is this the end of … sniff sniff?
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In the sixth episode of Truth Hounds, Anna and Kyle continue their investigation into why time flies by when you're having fun. After meeting with their late people focus group, Anna and Kyle’s investigation takes an unexpected turn … in fact, they develop their very own late-night show. But: things take a turn for the worse when Anna surprises Kyle with a terrible surprise: a meeting with a clown.
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In the fifth episode of Truth Hounds, Anna and Kyle investigate why time just seems to fly by when you’re having fun. They attempt to understand this phenomenon by enduring some of the most boring activities known to mankind. But: can they handle it? Or, will it get dangerously boring?
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In the fourth episode of Truth Hounds, Kyle does the unthinkable: she goes on a vacation. Without Anna. It is only fitting, then, that Anna and Kyle decide to take the opportunity to investigate whether being apart makes their friendship more meaningful. Separately, Kyle arranges a little surprise for Anna. But: could this surprise change the Truth Hounds forever?
In the third episode of Truth Hounds, Anna and Kyle continue to investigate mean people. They gear up to face a specific mean person, nominated by a listener. Anna does her best to get Kyle in the right mental headspace… but will this encounter be too much?
In the second episode of Truth Hounds, Anna and Kyle set out on a dangerous investigation. They seek to find out why some people are mean, while others aren't. They interview a famous (self-proclaimed) mean person, and embark on a ride-along as another mean person goes about their day. But: will this be too much? Will things get too mean?
In the first episode of Truth Hounds, Anna and Kyle decide that they have no choice, but to put on their investigation hats and take on life’s most mundane yet universal mysteries. In this episode, they investigate late people, and why it is that they are always late. Will they get to the truth?
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According to the official story, on April 4th, 1968, a lone gunman assassinated Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee. That man, James Earl Ray, pled guilty and for most people the case was closed. The MLK Tapes, a new true crime podcast from the creators of Atlanta Monster and Monster: DC Sniper, explores rare recordings of eye-witness testimony and new interviews with people who were there to reveal the true story of the plot to kill Dr. King.
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