Since its debut in February, Tenderfoot TV and Cadence13’s true crime podcast, To Live and Die in LA, has garnered over 15 million downloads. The show has averaged over one million downloads per episode. Host Neil Strauss is investigating the missing person’s case of aspiring actress and model Adea Shabani, who was 25 years old when she vanished from her apartment in Los Angeles in 2018. The podcast concludes later this month.
“At Tenderfoot TV our goal is to tell important stories and to use the podcasting platform to positively impact the outcome of these unresolved cases,” said Donald Albright, co-founder and President of Tenderfoot TV. “The continuous growth of To Live and Die in LA is inspiring because each new listener can actually be an active participant in finding justice.”
“Tenderfoot continues to amaze with another incredible story, and Neil Strauss’ deft and compelling approach to sharing Adea Shabani’s story and searching for the truth has captivated millions of podcast listeners,” said Chris Corcoran, Chief Content Officer, Cadence13.
To Live and Die in LA is Tenderfoot TV’s first release under their podcast slate deal with Cadence13. The two podcast powerhouses will follow up with their second series, Culpable, debuting in June. From Black Mountain Media and Tenderfoot TV, Culpable explores unsettled cases in which the guilty have yet to be held accountable. Culpable will dive deep into these cases with the hope of uncovering truth, delivering justice, and shedding light on flaws in our modern-day judicial system.