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Seven Bucks Launches ''What Really Happened?'' Season Three


''What Really Happened?''
''What Really Happened?''

Seven Bucks Productions, Andrew Jenks and Cadence13 have announced the launch of season three of the podcast "What Really Happened?," written and hosted by documentarian Andrew Jenks. He'll kick off the season with a special two-part episode exploring the life and death of accused child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein. Season 1 reached number one on the Apple Podcast charts and season 2 featured a wide range of topics, including previously unknown information on the "sonic attacks" in Cuba.

Jenks will explore a wide range of true crime, mysterious and bizarre stories on "What Really Happened? Season 3," including: Jeffrey Epstein; the murder of billionaire husband-and-wife Barry and Honey Sherman; the murder of Yeardley Love at the University of Virginia; the mysterious horse deaths at Santa Anita Park racetrack; the murder of Gambino mob family head Francesco "Franky Boy" Cali; a Tinder date gone terribly wrong; the fatal, imposter Uber ride that led a University of South Carolina student to her untimely death; the bizarre and convoluted saga of Empire actor Jussie Smollett and the sordid tale of the NXIVM sex cult.

"I have spent a lot of time unraveling different scandals and it's led me to find unexpected characters and storylines which are oftentimes overlooked or misunderstood," said Jenks.

"Jenks takes a masterful approach to exploring all facets of the stories he sets out to dissect," added Cadence13 Chief Content Officer Chris Corcoran.

"What Really Happened?" is executive produced by Seven Bucks Productions' Dwayne Johnson, Dany Garcia and Brian Gewirtz, Andrew Jenks and Cadence13. Shows are available every Wednesday.

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