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Aaron Mahnke & Carlos Foglia Team On Scripted Audio Thriller ‘Consumed’ From iHeartPodcasts

A new horror podcast is on its way from iHeartPodcasts, Aaron Mahnke’s production banner Grim & Mild and creator/writer Carlos Foglia (Wolfpack, Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol). The scripted audio thriller Consumed, inspired by Mahnke’s novel of the same name, will consist of 12 episodes with the first two set to premiere on January 31.

The series follows struggling journalist Sarah Simmons who finds herself stranded in a small, idyllic town for a weekend after her unexpected vacation turns into a nightmare. Steeped in history and filled with legends and lore about the woods near the centuries old cemetery, the residents of Danville, New Hampshire soon learn that the past is not always meant to be forgotten. Their tranquil lives will be forever changed, while the hope of a future without terror rests on the shoulders of a stranger who may hold the keys to the past.

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Rachel Rosenbloom (Good Trouble, Silicon Valley) stars as Sarah Simmons, an aspiring but out-of-work journalist compelled to investigate a string of mysterious deaths in Danville. Arturo Castro (Broad City, Narcos) portrays Gordon Morales, a fish-out-of-water intellectual librarian who teams up with Sarah to re-examine the dark history of this small town.

Ruth Connell (Supernatural, Dead Boy Detectives) portrays Sheriff Max Allen, an overqualified police officer who has found herself the head cop in this normally sleepy town that has just seen its first murder in decades. Genevieve Padalecki (Supernatural, Flash Forward) portrays Rema Brooder, the matriarch of one of the town’s founding families who will do the unthinkable to keep her family safe.

Misha Collins (Supernatural, Gotham Knights) reprising his role as Professor Jeremy Bradshaw, a professor of folklore straddling the line between skeptic and believer, from the podcast Bridgewater.

Check out the trailer below.

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