Travel Back in Time to 1950s California with “The Angel of Vine,” a Fictionalized True Crime Podcast From Masterworked Media and iHeartMedia

Are you a trime crime junkie with a penchant for fiction and drama? Or are you looking to escape into a fictionalized and exciting scripted podcast during the busy holiday travel season? If so, we’ve got the perfect podcast for you: Check out iHeartMedia and Masterworked Media’s popular fictional podcast, “The Angel of Vine.” Starring Joe Manganiello, Constance Zimmer and Alfred Molina, the first season told the thrilling and somewhat spooky story of a present-day journalist who uncovers the audio tapes of a 1950s private investigator, voiced by Mr. Manganiello, who cracked the greatest unsolved murder mystery Hollywood has ever seen. The murder was known as “The Angel of Vine,” and he kept a secret — until now.

​And, in the spring of 2020, iHeartMedia and Masterworked Media are teaming up again to bring fans a second season of the show! It will pick up where it left off, bringing listeners back in time to 1959 in Palm Springs, California with another victim, new suspects and clues that lead back to “The Angel of Vine.” This podcast features one of the largest celebrity casts in an audio drama to date a​nd, since season one of “The Angel of Vine” launched, it has attracted an impressive fan base that has contributed to its more than one million downloads.

In season two, actors Kevin Pollak and Patton Oswalt will join the star-studded cast, one as a greedy land developer and the other as a well-connected informant from the seedy underground of Palm Springs. The first season included actors like Khary Payton, Mike Colter, Misha Collins and Cree Summer — with many of them returning for season two.

To get ready for the show’s second season, listeners can binge the first season now via iHeartRadio and everywhere else podcasts are available. Check out “The Angel of the Vine” on iHeartRadio today!

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