Destiny is missing. In the most dangerous neighborhood in New York City. The only men who can find her are private investigator Tony and the pro boxer who moonl... More
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Jane Lynch Stars In Love, Murder, Florida
Jane Lynch stars in Love, Murder, Florida, a new crime and dark comedy fiction podcast from Voyage Media. Reminiscent of Better Call Saul or How Stella Got Her Groove Back... with murder. Two rival bus service operators have a business feud that turns personal, and then turns deadly, after one of them takes a trip to Florida, and engages in a passionate affair with a mysterious stranger. Fargo-esque in its twists and turns of ordinary people getting mixed up in serious crime, this audio drama takes you for a walk on the wild side of Florida strange. Look for "Love, Murder, Florida" anywhere you listen to podcasts.
Behind The Scenes With Andrew Bernstein (Author of Red Meat Village)
Andrew Bernstein, the author of the novel "Red Meat Village" (which the podcast series is based on) discusses the process of adapting his novel into a dramatic audio fiction podcast with Voyage Media's Head of Podcasts Dan Benamor, including surprises from Malik Yoba and Catherine Bell, the pleasant surprise of the immediate success of the series, and Andrew's plans to publish a trilogy of novels set in the fiction universe of the show.
Behind The Scenes With Malik Yoba
Malik Yoba (Cool Runnings, NY Undercover) and Voyage CEO Nat Mundel have an unexpected, wide-ranging conversation about creativity, openness to experience, and how Malik (in some ways like his character Reggie in Red Meat Village) is a renaissance man, much more than just an accomplished actor, Malik is involved a wide range of entrepreneurial pursuits and creative endeavors. An accomplished musician as well, Malik shares how he came up with the song for Cool Runnings (and the opening theme for Red Meat Village).
Behind The Scenes With Catherine Bell
Voyage CEO Nat Mundel talks with Catherine Bell about her role as the femme-fatale of Red Meat Village, her preference for darker characters, her preparation for audio-only acting, and what she's got coming out next in her career.
Destiny is finally found, and reveals truths Tony could never have predicted, including a revelation about Lisa that changes everything. Red Meat Village is a production of Voyage Media. The series is produced by Nat Mundel, Robert Mitas, and Dan Benamor. Directed, produced and adapted by Dan Benamor, based on Andrew Bernstein’s upcoming novel of the same name. Starring Ryan Heppe as Tony, Catherine Bell as Lisa, Malik Yoba as Reggie, Rachel Pate as Monjurrie, Abel Soto as Cortez, Kareem Ferguson as Chill, Luca Malacrino as Stevie, and Tracey Leigh as Destiny. Edited, sound designed, and mixed by Nick Messitte. Original music by Derlis Gonzalez. If you’re enjoying the show, please leave us a five star review in Apple Podcasts or anywhere you’re listening and subscribe now for future episodes.
Destiny is missing. In the most dangerous neighborhood in New York City. The only men who can find her are private investigator Tony and the pro boxer who moonlights as his partner, Reggie. Destiny's sister, Lisa, asks Tony to find her, but clearly knows more about the situation than she lets on. Tony might not be the most impartial, because he's in love with Lisa, a married woman. And it all seems to be somehow connected to an underworld drug heist of cocaine worth millions. A contemporary neo-noir starring Catherine Bell (JAG, The Good Witch) and Malik Yoba (Cool Runnings, New York Undercover) from Voyage Media.