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Filmmaker Rob Reiner And Journalist Soledad O’Brien Pair Up For ‘Who Killed JFK?’ Podcast.

It just may be the biggest true crime story of all. Who Killed JFK? is the title of a new podcast and the question that has, for more than half a century, spawned books, documentaries and now a new podcast from iHeartPodcasts. Co-hosted by acclaimed filmmaker Rob Reiner and journalist Soledad O’Brien, the show is being released in commemoration of the 60th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's assassination.

“Sixty years ago, President John F. Kennedy was gunned down in broad daylight on the streets of Dallas. To this day, it remains the greatest murder mystery in U.S. history,” Reiner said “The American people deserve to know the truth of what happened on that fateful day. Who Killed J.F.K? will take the listener on an evidenced based journey to reveal that truth.”

Premiering Nov. 8, Reiner and O’Brien join forces to interview CIA officials, medical experts, journalists, eyewitnesses and a former Secret Service agent who, in 2023, came forward with groundbreaking new evidence. They also discuss their own theories of “who killed JFK,” how that question has shaped America, and why it matters that we’re still asking it today.

“Throughout the series, Rob and I revisit the 1960s, through pivotal moments like the Cuban Missile Crisis, the Vietnam War, and the Civil Rights Movement to shine a light on where the great American divide started and through the lens of Kennedy’s assassination, we can understand how we’ve reached the pinnacle of political divisiveness in America today,” said O’Brien.

Will Pearson, President of iHeartPodcasts, says they are hoping to bring to light new information surrounding a historical mystery that has been dissected for decades in the series.

"We are grateful to be partnering with Rob and Soledad,” said Pearson. “Their passion and talent for storytelling drove their dedicated efforts to uncover the truth behind one of the best kept secrets of the last century, and we are looking forward to sharing this important story with a new generation."

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