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A film podcast from cluedunnit

A fun way to enjoy your favorite TV mysteries. Each week we watch show and immediately guess whodunit, without any clues, context, or — apparently — accuracy. Then we spoil everything. We not only tell you who did it but also who made it, with fascinating looks into the careers, lives, and trivia of the artists themselves.

If it’s got a mystery, we watch it! Cozy mysteries (we see you Hallmark); police procedurals; private eyes and their fancy cars; TV classics from the ’70s, ’80s, ’90s, and today; comedy mysteries (Psych, anyone?), and lots more. We even go worldwide, with mysteries from Britain (home of Agatha Christie and Sherlock Holmes, they know a thing or two about mysteries), Australia, and more.

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