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TV’s Long Running ‘Unsolved Mysteries’ Series Plans Second Season Of Its Podcast.

Cosgrove/Meurer Productions, the creators and producers of the television series “Unsolved Mysteries,” is extending its partnership with Cadence13. The deal means there will be a second season of the Unsolved Mysteries podcast. In a joint announcement the companies say the podcast will return next spring with a 40-episode run.

“CMP is thrilled to be collaborating with Cadence13’s wonderful and talented team on a second season of the Unsolved Mysteries podcast,” said Terry Dunn Meurer, the co-creator and Executive Producer of the TV series. “Forty more episodes means forty more opportunities to solve a mystery,” he said.

Produced and directed by Cosgrove/Meurer Productions and Cadence13, and narrated by voice actor Steve French, the first season of the Unsolved Mysteries podcast launched in February, presenting all-new unsolved cases from the vast “Unsolved Mysteries” database—including unsolved crimes, missing persons, fugitives, mysterious creatures, and the paranormal—with each episode taking a deep dive into one specific mystery.

“We’re extremely proud of our partnership with Cosgrove/Meurer and the ‘Unsolved Mysteries’ podcast, which became an instant fan favorite with a devoted following of listeners around the world,” said Chris Corcoran, Chief Content Officer at Cadence13. “We’re thrilled to expand our partnership with this iconic show, and look forward to this new season.” The podcast is executive produced by Meurer and Corcoran.

The creators say the Unsolved Mysteries podcast features all the ingredients that have made this series a massive television hit for decades: the original theme music, a narrator who will guide listeners through each mystery, and heartfelt interviews with individuals involved in the cases. The hope is that someone, somewhere holds that vital clue to solve these all-new mysteries.

As with the television and streaming series, all episodes of the Unsolved Mysteries podcast end with a call-to-action directing listeners to the “Unsolved Mysteries” website——to provide clues that could help solve the mysteries. Each week, the series features guests closely associated with the case, including family members, those who have experienced mysterious events in their lives, law enforcement, and forensics experts, as well as people who have experienced paranormal activity.

Since its premiere in January 1987, Unsolved Mysteries has been one of the longest-running programs in the history of television, and the first series to introduce an audience-interactive “call-to-action” that requests viewer tips to help solve real cases. Of the more than 1,300 mysteries profiled in over 230 episodes—spanning murders and unexplained deaths, missing persons, wanted fugitives, UFOs, ghosts, mysterious creatures, missing heirs, lost loves, amnesia, fraud, arson, and treasure—up to 260 cases have been solved, including the capture of wanted fugitives. Over 100 families have been reunited with lost loved ones, seven wrongly convicted individuals have been exonerated and released, and cases involving missing persons, missing heirs, murder, fraud, and amnesia have been closed. The series has received six Emmy nominations and numerous commendations from law enforcement agencies, including the FBI and U.S. Marshals Service.

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