Wolverine The Lost Trail trailer

The long night is over, but The Lost Trail is just beginning. Following the success of Marvel’s first foray into the scripted podcast world with the iHeartRadio Award-winning Wolverine: The Long Night, a second season is set to follow this March. Titled Marvel’s Wolverine: The Lost Trail, the second season finds Logan (Richard Armitage) braving the Louisiana bayou on the search for his ex-lover. And X-Men fans know what a New Orleans setting means: we get to meet Gambit.

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wolverine the long night

The town of Burns, Alaska has been rocked by a series of gruesome murders. The bodies have been sliced and dismembered, and a pair of police detectives are at a loss on how to find the killer. But earlier, residents had spotted a short, hairy man near the docks.

Marvel has entered the podcast game with their first scripted podcast, Wolverine: The Long Night, a “true crime” podcast in the vein of Serial and S-Town with a dash of the experimental thriller Homecoming. And you can listen to the first episode now.

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Wolverine podcast

Marvel Entertainment already has a slate of podcasts to its name, but with crime podcasts like Serial and S-Town making a big splash in that medium, the company is dipping its toes into their first-ever scripted podcast, and it’s centered on one of their most popular comic book characters.

In 2018, Marvel is launching a Wolverine podcast called Wolverine: The Long Night, which stars The Hobbit‘s Richard Armitage as the voice of Logan. And this might be the start of a whole new continuity known as the MPU: the Marvel Podcast Universe. Read all about the new show below.
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teen wolf reboot

MTV’s television reboot of Teen Wolf hasn’t even shed its claws yet, and the cable network is already looking to reboot it again…but this time as a podcast. Um, what?

You read that right: Teen Wolf, which itself was a gritty TV reboot of a 1985 camp classic film starring Michael J. Fox, is facing another transformation into an anthology series and a continuation of the current series in podcast form.

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podcasting

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/Film has had a podcast for a little bit over a year now and during that time, we’ve received dozens of e-mails from people asking what type of setup we use to record. Rather than go through the time-consuming process of replying to each one individually, I thought I’d put together the following:

/Film’s Podcasting Tips and Tricks: A Guide for How to Create Your Own Low-Rent, Low-Budget, Low-Quality, Award-Winning* Podcast

*Note: Not actually award-winning.
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