Home Login RADIO ONLINE RSS Facebook
Advertisement

Ninth Planet Audio's Launches New Narrative Podcast


''Does This Murder Make Me Look Gay?!''
''Does This Murder Make Me Look Gay?!''

iHeartMedia's Outspoken Podcast Network and Ninth Planet Audio will premiere a new audio fiction series, "Does This Murder Make Me Look Gay?!" on June 17. The new narrative podcast brings together a star-studded cast of queer talent just in time for Pride Month including Michael Urie, Frankie Grande, Douglas Sills, Cheyenne Jackson, Jonathan Freeman, Brad Oscar, Robin de Jesus, Lea DeLaria, Sean Patrick Doyle, Seth Rudetsky, Lea Salonga and Kate McKinnon, among others.

As part of a two-year first look deal between Ninth Planet Audio and iHeartMedia, this premium narrative podcast brings together a star-studded cast of queer talent (and queer icons) just in time for Pride Month including Michael Urie, Frankie Grande, Douglas Sills, Cheyenne Jackson, Jonathan Freeman, Brad Oscar, Robin de Jesús, Lea DeLaria, Sean Patrick Doyle, Seth Rudetsky, Lea Salonga, and Kate McKinnon, among others.

"Does This Murder Make Me Look Gay?!" chronicles the gay life -- and even gayer death -- of Vandy Monroe III, a D-list movie director who invites his BFFs (aka his mortal enemies) to his ivy-covered mansion in the country. But his weekend goes awry when...he ends up slaughtered. Even worse, a snowstorm cuts off power and access-leaving everyone stranded until the roads can be cleared. Which is when the body count starts to rise.

Who's killing all the queers?! The puerile porn star? The demented designer? What about the heir to the Raymour & Flanigan empire? It's up to James Wilson, struggling mystery writer and trusted caretaker of Vandy's estate, to figure out the killer's identity before he -- or she, or they -- strike again.

All shows on the Outspoken Podcast Network are distributed by iHeartPodcasts. Created by Ted Malawer, co-writer of Amazon Prime Video's hit, "Red, White & Royal Blue," this podcast will release new episodes weekly starting Monday, June 17.

Advertisement

Latest Radio Stories

Cumulus Media Elevates Alex Cadelago to Regional VP
Alex Cadelago
Alex Cadelago
Cumulus Media elevates Alex Cadelago to Regional Vice President overseeing the Albuquerque, Tucson and Houston markets, effective July 1. Cadelago currently serves as Vice President/Market Manager for the company's cluster in Houston and adds More

Audacy Names Chris Kinard Sports Format Vice President
Chris Kinard
Chris Kinard
Audacy names Chris Kinard as its Sports Format Vice President. In this role, he'll lead brand and format strategy and execution for the company's Sports portfolio. Kinard will continue to serve as Vice President of Sports Programming and Cluster More

95.9 Texas Country/Austin Announces Weekday Lineup
Bob Cole
Bob Cole
Audacy's KKMJ-HD3 (95.9 Texas Country)/Austin taps Bob Cole (pictured) and Eric Raines to host mornings from 6-10am, effective June 24. During his 30-year radio career in Austin, Cole recreated and launched KOKE-FM and has received numerous More
Advertisement

Malcolm Gladwell to Profile Heroism in New Podcast
''Medal of Honor: Stories of Courage''
''Medal of Honor: Stories of Courage''
iHeartPodcasts and Pushkin Industries launch "Medal of Honor: Stories of Courage," a new podcast that tells the extraordinary tales of some of our nation's heroes. Each week, host Malcolm Gladwell will profile one Medal of Honor recipient's life and More

KSL/SLC Announces New Podcast ''Dating at Her Age''
''Dating at Her Age''
''Dating at Her Age''
KSL NewsRadio in Salt Lake City introduces the new podcast "Dating at Her Age." Hosted by the duo of KSL NewsRadio reporter Debbie Dujanovic and producer Caitlyn Johnston, this podcast promises a refreshing take on love, relationships and the More

FCC Seeks Public Input for New FM Broadcast Station Class
Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is inviting public comments on a proposal to establish a new class of FM broadcast stations, Class A10. This initiative was prompted by a petition from Commander Communication Corporation, which was More

Return to Menu

Advertisement

Subscribe to our Newsletter
Radio news and headlines delivered right to your e-mail box -- and it's free.

Advertisement

Advertisement