Audiohuis and ITV Studios launch Crime Podcast Autopsy Transform TV success into Podcast

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Starting today, the first episode of Autopsy, a podcast series by Audiohuis and ITV Studios will launch initially on Spotify, Apple Music and YouTube. The 10 episode series will release an episode a week and is based on the successful documentary-style series Autopsy: The Last Hours Of, created by ITV Studios’ Potato for Channel 5 in the UK and for Reelz network in the US.

The podcast utilises the original audio from the TV series where renowned American forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Hunter delves into the official autopsy reports and medical records of various celebrities, exploring the precise causes of their tragic, controversial, and sometimes sudden deaths. Icons such as Aretha Franklin, Jeffrey Epstein, Muhammad Ali, Bob Marley, Audrey Hepburn and Walt Disney are examined, with insights provided by experts, family members, friends, and former colleagues, shedding new light on their lives and the circumstances surrounding their deaths.

Graham Haigh, EVP, Global Digital Partnerships, ITV Studios said: "It's fantastic to see one of our hugely popular non-scripted brands such as Autopsy transitioning from TV into the podcast world and we're thrilled with what the team at Audiohuis have delivered. As we continue to evolve our digital distribution the audio format space presents an opportunity for our huge library of IP and we are looking forward to seeing Autopsy reach new audiences around the world in this space".

Mandy van der Wal, Director Audiohuis added: "I am thrilled to collaborate with ITV Studios in translating their content into audio. The accomplishment of our Audiohuis team in transforming the first TV documentary into a new podcast with great journalistic value fills me with pride."

Release schedule the Podcast Autopsy 
Autopsy is available now on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, YouTube, and other major podcast platforms.

Episode 1, "The Last Hours of Bob Marley,"
Episode 2, “The Last Hours of Jeffrey Epstein” will be available on Wednesday, February 7
Episode 3, “The Last Hours of Andy Warhol” will be available on Wednesday, February 14
Episode 4, “The Last Hours of Marvin Gaye” will be available on Wednesday, February 21
Episode 5, “The Last Hours of Muhammed Ali” will be available on Wednesday, February 28
Episode 6, “The Last Hours of Audrey Hepburn” will be available on Wednesday, March 6
Episode 6, “The Last Hours of Audrey Hepburn” will be available on Wednesday, March 6
Episode 7, “The Last Hours of Walter Elias Disney” will be available on Wednesday, March 13
Episode 8, “The Last Hours of Aretha Louise Franklin” will be available on Wednesday, March 20
Episode 9, “The Last Hours of John F. Kennedy Jr.” will be available on Wednesday, March 27
Episode 10, “The Last Hours of Sean Connery” will be available on Wednesday, April 3


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