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Author: This American Life

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Serial is a podcast from the creators of This American Life, hosted by Sarah Koenig. Serial unfolds one story - a true story - over the course of a whole season. The show follows the plot and characters wherever they lead, through many surprising twists and turns. Sarah won't know what happens at the end of the story until she gets there, not long before you get there with her. Each week she'll bring you the latest chapter, so it's important to listen in, starting with Episode 1. New episodes are released on Thursday mornings.
36 Episodes
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The state of Ohio decides where Joshua belongs.
A teenager decides to cooperate.
If you listen closely to the trash-talking, you start to get the message.
Life after you put a cop in jail.
Don’t tell the judges, but the prosecutors have the most power in the building.
What happens when the right evidence points to the wrong man?
The smell of raw marijuana + acting nervous + hands in pockets = ?
When a judge believes he knows you better than you know yourself.
A young woman at a bar is slapped on the butt. So why’s she the one in jail?
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S03 Trailer

2018-09-0500:58:03139

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Katie Goetting

Also, Kudos to the entire Serial team - phenomenal reporting and season.

Nov 20th
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Katie Goetting

The ignorant comments on this entire series are laughable, as in, I have to laugh because the alternative sucks. I’d like to see some of these idiots get by in life under the circumstances some of the podcast subjects have had to endure.

Nov 20th
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Katie Goetting

Lol most of the comments are racist and disgusting. Surprise surprise.

Nov 20th
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Amanda Nolen

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Nov 19th
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AK007 Campbell

Lord! I've just started this and my blood is boiling! No charges should have filed at all.

Nov 14th
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Kenzie Rempe

trying to stay objective is so hard for me with this case...my heart breaks every time we are reminded of how sweet she was...she was a child.

Nov 13th
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Rob Flint

Maybe this happened and just wasn't covered in this specific podcast but does it strike anyone else as strange that Adnan has never once mentioned trying to find the person who actually did it? He keeps saying "It wasn't me. Nope, not me" but never does he say "I hope they find her killer, she was important to me" Like, he wants justice for himself but not Hae?

Nov 11th
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Phillip Foster

thought it all sounded sketchy at first and he was innocent....but listening to his prison calls makes me think he's guilty....he never provides proof that hes innocent...only refers to "lack of proof" he's using the idea of a perfect storm and "I don't recall" as defense... the killer is either Jay or Adnan...they both share means and opportunity but who had motive??? and you've also got to take into account the law of randomness and split second decisions and being young and horny and just the bad decisions/thoughts/actions that come from being young/horny/emotional///////RELIGIOUS

Nov 9th
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teja sharma

41:40 reference of bill Murray, did she just confuse bill Murray actor to be the person from CIA?

Nov 8th
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Mandy Lynn Pillsbury

I agree that Jay knows too much for someone who is innocent, however what's his motive? who pissed him off?

Nov 7th
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Nicole Heath

Need to do another season like Adnan Syed! I love cases like this to make you wonder.

Nov 7th
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Lucas Silva

Great Show, the podcaster has an excellent ability to impart the mistery of the case.

Nov 3rd
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jason cole

this whole system is broken.

Nov 1st
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jason cole

how can this piece of shit Steve Lumas smear the name of Tamir Rice. smug trash

Nov 1st
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Tuesday Hall

Is it just me or does the host seem emotionally invested and subjective?

Nov 1st
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Becca Babcock

hold on. he said his car was in the shop ,but he lent it to Jay.

Oct 28th
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Aalok Galappatti

One reason I think he is not guilty is that even the dumbest criminals have a story of what they were doing on the day of the crime because that is your only ticket to freedom and Adnan had nothing. Absolutely nothing to say about his whereabouts on the day. If he did do it, he would have had a minute by minute timeline of what he did that day.

Oct 28th
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nicolette horsthuis

Such an incredible, excellent podcast. My absolute favorite. And no, I do not think the subject of race was overplayed at all.

Oct 24th
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Chet Hjr

GUILTY AND ASHAMED!!! That is how I feel more than ever after 6 episodes, because I was always against him. Listening to the details of the 'why' and what lead up to SGT Bergdahl putting his plan in to motion. I understand better. I've been there. Three deployments I served with The Dagger Brigade in Schweinfurt, Germany as a medic where tough, and I'm not talking about the war part either. Yes I volunteered to join, but some of the BS that had gone on during that period of time I can recall very vividly, because of the WTF factor.

Oct 24th
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Shamaila Oliveti

If u think Jay is lying and He is the killer like or comment Jay Killed

Oct 24th
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